Southampton 'body in bin' man is named

A murdered man who might have been moved through a city centre in a wheelie bin before being set alight has been named by police as officers continue to question four people.

Fourth arrest after discovery of body in a bin

A fourth person has been arrested on suspicion of murder following the discovery of a body in an industrial bin as police examine a theory that the killing took place elsewhere.

Long queues to get on board

Full throttle ahead for voyage of the Titanoraks

Some are in period dress, some have come to learn about its history. In all, 1,309 passengers are about to recreate one of history's most infamous journeys

A band plays the tune 'Viceroy Tea' as passengers queue to check in for the MS Balmoral Titanic memorial cruise in Southampton

Titanic memorial cruise set to retrace ill-fated maiden voyage

Food served on the ship will be from the menus of the Titanic and organisers have also arranged a five piece band...

Despite his party being ahead in the polls Ed Miliband's own personal ratings are disastrous and appear to be getting worse

Ed channels Bobby in credibility quest

A respected political journalist recently went to watch Ed Miliband take part in a Q&A with voters in Birmingham and came away with an unexpected conclusion. He suggested afterwards that Miliband's performance that day had shown what his earliest supporters had seen: Ed had a touch of Bobby Kennedy about him.

Only Labour can make good on 'we're all in it together' claim, says Ed Miliband

British voters are yearning for old fashioned values like solidarity, Ed Miliband said today.

Snow warning follows warm weather spell

Britons enjoying the current spell of unseasonably warm weather are warned they could face snow after the weekend.

This new Titanic is conventional rather than revelatory

First Night: Titanic, ITV1

It's Downton-on-Sea – but this drama may not end so happily for Fellowes

Previous research in America has suggested that redheads are more susceptible to pain

Why dental visits are hair-raising if you're a redhead

New research aims to determine whether having ginger hair makes you especially sensitive to pain

George Medal for submarine officer

A Royal Navy officer who was murdered as he tried to stop a sailor from carrying out a gun rampage aboard a nuclear-powered submarine has been awarded one of the highest medals for bravery.

George Medal awarded to Royal Navy officer Ian Molyneux

A Royal Navy officer murdered trying to stop a sailor carrying out a gun rampage aboard a nuclear-powered submarine has been awarded one of the highest medals for bravery.

The wife and children of stoker William Mintram of Chapel Road. A convicted killer, Mintram gave his life jacket to his son-in-law to save his life - and lost his own

The forgotten victims: How the Titanic tragedy handed a devastating legacy to the people of Southampton

Of the 700 crew who perished on the Titanic, 550 came from Southampton. Their stories have rarely been told – until now.

Titanic officer's letter to be sold

A rare handwritten letter by the second in command on the Titanic is expected to fetch between £25,000 and £30,000 when it goes under the hammer later this month.

Unlicensed female sanitary product seized in raids

The first UK seizure of a female sanitary product used by teenagers as a way of getting high was made by health officials today.

Album: Band of Skulls, Sweet Sour (Electric Blues/Pias)

The sleeve of Sweet Sour – a 3D Rorschach blot of bones and blood – is far stranger and more disorienting than anything within.

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