'The survey did not distinguish between those who go to fight for Islamic State and those who join other factions in Syria'
Some papers focused on crime, others took a showbiz angle
The intelligence agency reportedly inserted radio-transmitters into computers via spies and unwitting users to crack disconnected devices
A A Gill, Peter Kemp and David Sexton in the running for the award that celebrates the year's most acerbic, entertaining critical put-downs
Mr Cameron suggested the picture could be sold to raise money for charity instead, reports say
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
Labour fears dirtiest Conservative campaign in 20 years, as Attorney General withdraws attack on Pakistani community
Gay male escort site Manchester Lads has removed Ciaron Dodd, 21, from its listings for breaking discretion rules
Parents of youngest organ donor in British history give their consent for life-changing transplant in 22-year-old
Newspapers and magazines plan to set up a rival organisation to the royal charter prepared by politicians
The founders of the UK's fastest growing technology company have bought back the business they sold to a billion pound company just five years ago.
Industry-funded charity Internet Watch Foundation is raising the fees paid by members, but have met resistance from the social media giant
Ms Brown left her position at ‘Tatler’ in London to edit ‘Vanity Fair’ in New York at just 31 years old
Current BBC chairman and former Director-General will provide theatre in front of Public Accounts Committee
Investigator's actions exposed during General Dental Council hearing
As David Cameron's sister-in-law, and former correspondence secretary, Alice Sheffield knows how hectic his schedule can be. So it's considerate of her to be getting married in a window when the Camerons can make it – Saturday 7 September – after recess but just before conference. Sam Cam's 32-year-old half-sister was last in the news five years ago, when the PM was found to be employing her three days a week. Now she is to marry her French estate agent fiancé, Etienne Cadestin, at the Sheffields' family home in North Yorkshire. The gardens of Sutton Park, normally open to the public, will be shut that weekend. Sir Reginald Sheffield, Sam Cam's dad, bought it in 1963, after downsizing from nearby Normanby Hall. My man in the potting shed says the place is a flurry of activity. "They're currently building a pergola to prettify the loo block," he whispers. "Though the kitchen garden is still a little on the wild side."