Life and Style Thousands of wealthy mothers are leaving their jobs in order to take care of their children themselves

A third of parents said they did not see enough of their children because of work

UK is on course to become Europe's largest economy within two decades

UK on course to become Europe's largest economy

GDP to leapfrog Germany around 2030

Lord Carey attacked Western governments for being “strangely and inexplicably reluctant to confront” the situation in the Middle East

Christians are under pressure to keep quiet about their faith, says former Archbishop of Canterbury Lord Carey

Christians are under pressure to be “silent about their faith” and display “increasing timidity” about admitting they have a faith at work, according to Lord Carey.

French border chief says UK 'a magnet for illegal immigrants'

The immigration chief in Calais has said the UK has created "a magnet for illegal immigrants."

A senior family lawyer and High Court judge said couples should not have children unless they are in a stable enough relationship to consider marriage

Couples should marry before having children, High Court judge says

Sir Paul Coleridge says children are a responsibility not a right, and should only be had by couples ‘stable enough’ to tie the knot

Crown Princess Elisabeth (second from the left) with (left to right) Prince Gabriel, Princess Eleonore and Prince Emmanuel

Armed protection for Belgium's Crown Princess Elisabeth after neo-Nazi threat

Letter to newspaper read: 'This is no joke'

Toby Flood revived Leicester’s fortunes in the last quarter

Toby Flood considering switch abroad in move that would end England career

The Leicester fly-half has already spoken to England coach Stuart Lancaster about the possibility

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Ashes 2013-14: England dismiss Australia's latest effort to stir up controversy

Local paper's claim that tourists face reprimand for bar visit brushed off but Gooch tells batsmen to raise their performance

'The only thing she wanted me to perceive is that she is happy': Sister reunited with alleged London 'slave' victim after more than 40 years

Kamar Mahtum had not seen her sister Aishah Wahab since 1968 but flew in from Malaysia after hearing that she had been released from 'a Maoist sect'

Football match-fixing: Two men remanded in custody over allegations

A total of seven have been arrested over the allegations

Football match-fixing: Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger describes allegations as 'absolutely disastrous'

Two people have been charged as part of an investigation into match-fixing related allegations

Fenerbahce fans know first-hand the dangers of match-fixing after their team was kicked out of the Champions League this season

Football match-fixing: FA urged to fight growing threat of with education

Authorities accused of complacency as corruption spreads into Europe should follow the example of other sports with compulsory lessons for all professionals

Andy McSmith's Diary: The Tories’ new strategy: say Unite and Len McCluskey as often as possible

The more times a Tory can mention Unite and Falkirk, the happier they are

GMG’s Andrew Miller heads a group that also includes ‘The Observer’ newspaper

The Guardian's future... by the paper's guardian Andrew Miller

Andrew Miller has presided over a £200m loss at the media group over the past six years, but that’s the cost of global expansion, he tells Ian Burrell

Old ties: Ed Miliband talks to former group Co-op chairman Len Wardle in Downing Street in 2010

Exclusive: Ed Miliband says David Cameron's Tories in the gutter as 2015 election strategist Lynton Crosby pushes party towards the politics of division

Labour fears dirtiest Conservative campaign in 20 years, as Attorney General withdraws attack on Pakistani community

Boris Johnson says super-rich are ‘put-upon minority’ like homeless people and Irish travellers

Mayor says wealthiest should get automatic knighthoods and “our humble thanks”, in comments deemed “deeply offensive” by London Assembly's Labour group

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In my grandfather's footsteps

5 News's political editor Andy Bell only knows his grandfather from the compelling diary he kept during WWI. But when he returned to the killing fields where Edwin Vaughan suffered so much, his ancestor came to life
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Martha Stewart has flying robot

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A tale of two presidents

George W Bush downs his paintbrush to pen father’s life story
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The day America’s love of backyard tigers led to a horrific bloodbath

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How Samuel Beckett became a French Resistance spy

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We will remember them

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Kodak's last-ditch bid to keep celluloid alive

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Acting in video games gets a makeover

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Could smartphones soon be diagnosing diseases?

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Can we learn to love Ryanair again?

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Spanx launches range of jeans

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