After the police decided not to pursue the investigation Labour's deputy leader wrote to the DPP to complain on behalf of the alleged victim
It smacks of a police force in a state of funk, having dropped the ball on Jimmy Savile and others
A Panorama film found flaws in claims that there was a VIP sex ring in Westminster and that three boys were murdered
Brittan’s brother, Sir Samuel Brittan, called on Watson to 'apologise in public' for making 'unforgiveable' slurs and 'unfounded accusations against my brother'
Swede who lost form and fortune in Allen Stanford fraud proves popular FedEx Cup champion
Discussions over who will take role to be held later this week
Our diarist notes another conflagration among Australia's fiery parliamentarians, and watches anarcho-Tory Douglas Carswel, pictured, endure a public test of loyalty
No prizes for guessing who Nicklaus Lewis is named after. His father Randy Lewis, who condemned the 19-year-old to a lifetime of having his first name misspelled, admitted: "Jack was always my hero."
As wee Rory discovered in July, the weather can wholly cloud your view of the game in general or of a course in particular. Play somewhere when you can't grip the club properly because your glove is so wet, or you're swaddled by layers into near-immobility, or you risk being blown over if you attempt any sort of weight transfer through your swing, or possibly all three simultaneously, and you're not going to be rushing back. Chorlton-cum-Hardy is a case in point; I'm sure the course in a south Manchester suburb is sometimes truly lovely, but all I can remember is a faceful of mud with every strike, not necessarily excluding on the greens.
Former world number one Tiger Woods is to return to action at next week's Bridgestone Invitational in Ohio.
The other day in a questionnaire on the food and drink pages of a Sunday newspaper, asked which kitchen gadget he couldn't live without, a farmer called Tim Wilson, owner of the Ginger Pig butcher group, identified his Aga, the "hub" of his kitchen.
A dream week in the life of Tom Lewis ended last night with the 20-year-old collecting the Silver Medal as the leading amateur at the 140th Open Championship. But after all the hype and speculation about turning professional, this week it will be back to business as usual, which in amateur golf means a training session at Royal Aberdeen to prepare for the Walker Cup in September.
Five-time Open champion steadies British amateur's nerve with timely advice to keep things simple and also finds the time to sink a 15th hole-in-one of his illustrious career
In the sunlight shining on a brilliant new generation of golfers there was another kind of glow here yesterday.
Surprise amateur contender Tom Lewis showed he had the grit to go with his guile after refusing to allow his Open dream to fall apart with one bad round.
Rangers will play either Swedish side Malmo or Faroe Islands champions Torshavn in the third qualifying round of the Champions League.