The tea aficionado ruler – the Han Dynasty Emperor Jing Di – died in 141 BC, making the leaves 2,150 years old
The discovery was made after a 38-year old bus driver from Genoa drank a cup before work
From reducing the risk of high blood pressure to aiding weight loss
Britain is often portrayed as the land of tea, black cabs and red buses
When was the last time you had a first time.....?
Customers holding a loyalty card get a free cup of coffee
Gardeners have a habit of going on about their planting disasters, instead of celebrating their successes, says our green-fingered correspondent...
The British coroner examining the death of an ex-KGB officer Alexander Litvinenko has today ruled the question of whether Russia was responsible will be withdrawn from the scope of the inquiry.
Study into 'Language Variation and Change' conducted by the University of Manchester reveals spread of Southern words
Three missed catches take shine off solid opening day for tourists as Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar justify selection and Ben Stokes performs well in first Test
The Ashes may depend on a reshuffle that fills Trott’s place while leaving the heart of England’s middle order intact
This was like being slowly televisually strangled, but I couldn't turn it off
The French president has been left with little room for manoeuvre by collapsing poll ratings
Projects covered a range of areas including "social exclusion", "access to knowledge" and "civic empowerment"
Out of America: He has been nailed for using in a book of his a passage taken from Forbes magazine – but only in America could it threaten his promising career