Little Chef has been put up for sale, with potential buyers including Starbucks and Costa Coffee.

Little Chef restaurant chain put up for sale

The sale of the roadside restaurant chain is expected to fetch tens of millions of pounds for turnaround firm R Capital, which bought it out of administration in 2007

'The name's Secretan… James Secretan': Early draft of Casino Royale reveals what Ian Fleming wanted to call his super spy

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The Speaker’s wife, who is an outspoken Labour supporter, declined the invitation to the Wednesday service at St Paul’s Cathedral despite the wives of Ed Miliband, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown all being set to attend.

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Parents stage a protest for Andy Wakefield
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Adele is the wealthiest young musician in Britain with an estimated fortune of £30 million, according to the Sunday Times Rich List.

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More than 39,000 jobs could go and nearly 8,000 betting shops close if the Government gives in to demands to curb limits on stakes and prizes for electronic gaming machines, according to bookmakers.

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The 1990s sitcom Friends is approaching its 20th anniversary, and its popularity among young people continues to grow.

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Facebook now charges you for messages sent to celebrities and people you aren't friends with

The 'priority messages' system has been introduced to the UK after successful US trial

William Shakespeare may have been related to Jane Shaxpere, a two-year-old girl who drowned after falling into a mill pond while picking flowers

Shakespeare the 'hard-headed businessman' uncovered

Hoarder, moneylender, tax dodger — it's not how we usually think of William Shakespeare.

GPs accused of conflict of interests

Doctors who take over two-thirds of the NHS budget from today will award contracts to companies they are also involved in, critics have warned.

Diana, Princess of Wales in 1983

Freddie Mercury 'smuggled Princess Diana into a gay club dressed as a man'

Comedian Cleo Rocos recalls the night out in her new book

The Sun follows Telegraph in charging readers for website access

The Sun is reportedly following the Telegraph in charging readers for online access.

Sex scenes out, special effects in: Hollywood aims to dazzle, not titillate, as film industry abandons 'adult scenes' for family friendly fun

Hollywood filmmakers are abandoning sex scenes in favour of dazzling special effects, film industry analysts have claimed.

Michael Winner with his wife Geraldine

Michael Winner's widow 'left penniless' after film director's assets are frozen

Michael Winner might have been renowned for his expensive tastes, but the film director’s widow has been left penniless after his assets were frozen following his death.

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