Sir Bradley Wiggins made an unwelcome remark at a charity dinner

Sir Bradley Wiggins apologises after shocking guests with crude sex act joke at dinner for children's charity

He was just enjoying 'friendly banter,' cyclist's representatives claim

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

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The former chairman of the Co-operative Bank, Paul Flowers

Male escort who claimed Paul Flowers hired him for sex ditched by directory

Gay male escort site Manchester Lads has removed Ciaron Dodd, 21, from its listings for breaking discretion rules

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Google finally vows to block child pornography - but why announce it through the Daily Mail?

Google chairman Eric Schmidt wrote for the Daily Mail – despite their critical campaign against Google. This tells us a lot about the power of the Mail

Google, Microsoft Bing and Yahoo agree to block child abuse web searches

David Cameron welcomes measures ahead of Internet Safety Summit this afternoon

Cameron is attacking those he thinks ‘lack aspiration’. What would he know?

I’ve taught hundreds of pupils from poorer backgrounds, and of course they want to get on in life

It is the bystanders who helped lift a car off a cyclist at Spitalfields - and who saved me - that represent the real Britain

In recent years, it's been said the British have been replaced by a depressing narrative

Eden Hazard has been criticised by Jose Mourinho for losing his passport but the Chelsea manager insists they will now move on from the incident

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho refuses to accept Eden Hazard apology after winger loses passport on unsanctioned trip

Hazard will return for the Blues this weekend when they take on West Brom but Mourinho has confirmed that he missed training on Monday after losing his passport in France

Yonas Kebede was abandoned by his father in the UK in 2004. He says he chose not to study to be a pilot at university because the fees are so high

Giving the other side: the story behind the asylum seeker's flying lessons that caused fuss in the 'Daily Mail'

‘Now I feel British’: Yonas Kedebe, who was taught at the taxpayers’ expense, tells of his abandonment and struggle to get an education

Young: his long-gestating project, a history of British television films, will remain sadly unfulfilled

Cy Young: Film historian, a BFI governor and an 'Independent' obituarist

Occasional visitors to BFI Southbank under Waterloo Bridge could not in recent years have failed to notice the white-haired gentleman asleep in the foyer near the ticket desks; some may even have wondered why security did not have him removed.

London school bans 'urban' slang words

Labour MP David Lammy backs the move despite social media backlash

Thomas Vermaelen could leave Arsenal in January if he remains on the fringes of the first team

Transfer news: Arsenal captain Thomas Vermaelen admits frustrations - opening up possibility of exit in January window

Vermaelen has fallen behind Per Mertesacker and Laurent Koscielny in the Gunners' centre-back pecking order

Martin Jol is overjoyed by his side's late goal

Fulham owner Shahid Khan vows not to 'act on impulse' over future of Martin Jol

The Cottagers have made a poor start to the season

To Daily Mail opponents, one response remains

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