News Less than a fifth of race hate complaints are investigated by police

Community leaders say they no longer trust police to investigate offences as fewer than two out of 10 allegations of race hate are followed up by officers

Moyles is contracted to Radio 1 until 2014

BBC executives think Moyles may have Peel appeal

When Chris Moyles joined Radio 1, John Peel vowed to "take out" the abrasive newcomer with explosives.

Moyles is contracted to Radio 1 until 2014

Chris Moyles set to move from breakfast to bedtime: but what would John Peel think?

Peel's support helped legions of new artists, while Moyles has based his DJ career on pranks

An exhausted Alistair Brownlee following his victory

Simon Usborne: Triathlon hurts. But my pain felt good

It's strange, when you look at the leg-buckling exhaustion that strikes triathletes when they cross the line, to consider that it is one of the fastest-growing amateur sports in the country. There are more than 350 official triathlon clubs in the UK, and the biggest event in the calendar, the London Triathlon, attracts 13,000 masochists.

Pregnant pause: Malaysia's Nur Suryani Mohd Taibi takes a break

The mother of all shootouts in Woolwich

Malaysian competes a month before due date

Awe therapy could 'improve our mental health and make us nicer'

A jaw-dropping moment really can make time appear to stand still - or at least slow down, new research suggests.

'Who are the important people?' Player (pictured) said. 'Not the professionals. It's the man in the street, the amateur that keeps the game going'

Change two rules or golf is ruined, says Player

The 141st Open champion will kiss the Claret Jug this afternoon but if the R&A don't change the rules, they can kiss the game goodbye. This was the view of three-times Open champion and winner of nine majors, Gary Player.

Pair killed inmate to eat his liver

Two prisoners who disembowelled a fellow inmate were told by a judge yesterday that they are likely to spend the rest of their lives in jail.

My Secret Life: Jason Byrne, 40, comedian

'My secret crush? Clooney in drag'

Sugar in the Blood: A Family's Story of Slavery and Empire, By Andrea Stuart

Both family memoir and colonial history, this scrupulous and sensitive Caribbean journey tells a story that we all share.

Because We Care, The Place, London

Dancers Colin Poole and Simon Ellis, who make up the company Colin, Simon & I, spend Because We Care testing each other. They shuffle into each other’s personal space, pushing through rivalries and power struggles. Poole and Ellis focus on the clashes, but don’t develop them.

John Terry: Roy Hodgson will be concerned that the Chelsea captain failed to train again yesterday

Terry and Cole in race against time for France

Hamstring and ankle injuries trouble key defenders while Downing looks set to start

Western living 'fuels cancer rates'

Unhealthy Western ways of living are likely to fuel a massive surge in cancer rates around the world, experts have claimed.

Laurie Penny: It's not good enough just to want to be in power

Many cling to a sense that if we only wait long enough, fairness and equality will eventually come about

British tourist survives attack by cheetahs

A British tourist has spoken of her "nightmare" attack by two cheetahs when she tried to protect a young girl from the large cats.

Podolski doubtful for Bayern Munich game

Arsenal-bound striker Lukas Podolski is in a race to be fit for today's match against Bayern Munich.

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