66ft longer than the London Shard is tall, the liner enters service next spring
Man had been following the Labour leader and a large group of journalists before throwing the eggs
The cover, which has been ‘The prophets of doom had a field day over Maury Yeston's musical Titanic when it was launched on Broadway in 1997 ahead of James Cameron's blockbuster cinematic weepie. Technical glitches during the previews and a rumour-mill drooling with anticipatory schadenfreude convinced wiseacres that the $10 million dollar show, like the eponymous vessel, was on a collision course with disaster.
Changes include a simplified user interface and a better-publicised API to attract developers
It pretty much owns the internet, all of our data and, well, us. It flogs phones, controls YouTube and makes more money than many countries. It’s also introduced us to new levels of wackiness when it comes to the work place. Football tables, air hockey, padded cells (sorry, chill out “snugs”), hi-tech roof terraces, it’s all very groovy, and all very Google. Jealous? Of course we are.
Tougher sanctions and hardship payments for those on Jobseekers Allowance (JSA) prompted a 40 per cent rise in people seeking assistance
Murdered soldier Lee Rigby was killed as he returned to his barracks after a day working at the Tower of London, it was revealed today.
Apprentice hopefuls are hoping to avoid an udder disaster as they try to cream off the biggest profit in their latest task.
More than a hundred firefighters have been trying to save a collection of artefacts from a blazing museum.
Actor Matt Smith has said Doctor Who fans can look forward to it being the "biggest, best, most inventive and most exciting year for the show" as it celebrates its 50th anniversary.
Scotland Yard's Sapphire Unit persuaded woman to drop charges so as to hit performance targets
Detectives have named a 15-year-old boy wanted for the murder of a teenager during a dispute over a mobile phone.
Locals hit the roof as outsiders lift free passes
Ms Moran, 57, who is currently suffering from depression, represented Luton for 13 years
In a two-decade career, Mr Robert has scaled the Eiffel Tower and New York’s Empire State Building