Middlesbrough teenager Dwayne Ward recovering after Turkish knife attack 'for kissing local girl'

Two men arrested after 17-year-old suffered at least 17 stab wounds earlier this week in holiday resort of Marmaris, but aunt says he is recovering well

Barack Obama (left) and David Cameron (right) have both had their IQs surpassed by a two-year-old

Two-year-old Adam Kirby joins Mensa with IQ higher than both David Cameron and Barack Obama

The 29-month-old can spell 100 words, and knows most of the times tables up to 10

Sir Paul McCartney's musician son James

Sir Paul McCartney's son James gives 'excruciating' television interview on BBC Breakfast

The musician, 35, replied to answers in mono-syllables and appeared confused by the word 'prerequisite'

Daily Mail agrees to pay TV psychic Sally Morgan 'substantial' damages for libel

The publisher of a national newspaper has agreed to pay "substantial" damages to a psychic after an article suggested she had "perpetrated a scam" on a theatre audience, a High Court judge was told.

Psychic accepts £125,000 in settlement from the Daily Mail after newspaper suggested she had scammed audience

Sally Morgan accepts libel damages from Associated Newspapers, who have apologised and agreed to pay legal costs

Those most ill tend not to be the ones complaining about the NHS

Sometimes private clinics wouldn't bother suggesting a cheap drug like paracetamol when they could profit from prescribing more expensive versions

James McCartney, son of Sir Paul McCartney, is currently touring America to promote his new album

Sir Paul McCartney's son James admits he didn't like Heather Mills and talks publicly for the first time about his struggle with drugs

Sir Paul McCartney's son has spoken candidly for the first time about his drug addiction and the difficult relationship he had with former step-mother Heather Mills.

RAC data finds 800 more people would be killed or seriously injured each year without cameras

Speed cameras: The right's blind spot

Speeding drivers kill or seriously injure twice as many people a year as drug misuse - but the right refuses to face the problem

The former Wales captain Jonathan Davies says taking Jonny Wilkinson on the British and Irish Lions tour would have been a backward step

Jonny Wilkinson told to 'take it easy', making British and Irish Lions call-up unlikely

The fly-half has undergone an 'operational injection'

Alan Yentob recieves two salaries from the BBC, only one of which is publicly declared

Alan Yentob paid two salaries by the BBC

The BBC arts chief's combined wage is reportedly over £300,000 after a FoI request revealed a second undeclared revenue stream from the Corporation

Matt Smith, the current Dr. Who

Forget tradition, Dr Who needs a female star

TV is short on fierce female lead characters; this chance should not be passed up

British and Irish Lions Owen Farrell and Sam Warburton (left) during a recovery session at City Beach, Perth in Australia (PA)

British and Irish Lions 2013: Sir Clive Woodward claims Australia are treating tour with 'contempt'

Former England manager warns Australia may never host a Lions tour again

Police van rolls over elderly man killing him as he buys ice cream in park

A pensioner was killed yesterday when an unattended police van rolled forward and hit him.

English TV host Sir Bruce Forsyth poses on the red carpet as he arrives at the British Academy Television Awards in London on May 12, 2013

Sir Bruce Forsyth to play at Glastonbury Festival

Sir Bruce Forsyth is joining the Rolling Stones and Dizzee Rascal by performing at this year's Glastonbury Festival.

Bruce Forsyth poses for photographs after receiving his knighthood in 2011

Britain's Got Talent: Sir Bruce Forsyth renews attack on Simon Cowell over risk of 'emotional damage' on children

Sir Bruce Forsyth has criticised Simon Cowell, saying young acts on his Britain's Got Talent show face "emotional damage" from the pressure of performing.

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Months before the invasion of Iraq in 2003, experts sought to warn the PM about his plans. Here, four of them recall that day
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Smash hit go under the hammer

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The geeks who rocked the world

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