Pouring wine while holding the glass in your hand can also make you underestimate your intake, research suggests
According to reports armed police pointed their guns at Andrew and shouted at him to 'put your hands up and get on the ground'
The England striker has joined Fulham on a season-long loan deal
The performance artist has taken on the Daily Mail and music industry of late
Non-EU migrants entering the UK will have £200 added to the cost of their visas as a payment for any healthcare they may receive while in the country, under a bill proposed by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
Maria Miller, the Culture Secretary is going through a bad patch. She appeared on Today on Monday to talk about the Government’s plans to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of the 1914-18 war.
Reporting on this sadistic murder allows us to see - and see through - its perpetrators
Six concerned parents, members of a group calling themselves 'Letzgo Hunting', posed online as underage girls
Does the Twitter mob now set the rules on fair comment?
The announcement that the Duchess of Cambridge is pregnant caused huge levels of excitement… among newspaper editors. Luke Blackall rates their Kate levels
Yesterday Kelvin MacKenzie announced he has instructed his solicitors to demand an "apology and recompense" from South Yorshire Police over the newspaper's discredited reporting of the Hillsborough disaster.
Birmingham's highly-rated teenage goalkeeper Jack Butland is desperate for regular first-team football with the club next year.
Abramson, the first female editor of The New York Times, has already made history.
When James Murdoch took charge at News International's Wapping plant in 2007 he was just 34 and determined to preside over a modern media organisation and a clean one. He drove an environmentally friendly Toyota Prius, which he parked prominently at the front of the main offices. He introduced hanging plants, banned the use of hand towels and ordered wall posters that urged staff to save energy and help NI become a carbon-neutral company.
It's such a leap of faith, going to a completely unknown restaurant in an unfamiliar town. Rather like going on a blind date with someone you've met online (or so I would imagine, she adds hastily). Their profile photo looks appealing, they sound as though they'll be fun and they seem to like all the same things you do. Then you meet them, and you can tell at first glance it just isn't going to work out.
The Express newspaper group admits it may still be using the services of convicted private detective, Steve Whittamore.