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Torso named Adam by detectives has been 'revealed' as Nigerian-born Patrick Erhabor
Blaine's back with a new stunt: he will risk being zapped with 1m volts for three days.
Half a million buttons will decorate banner on barge carrying the Queen on her Jubilee Pageant
They like a nickname Down Under – there is a federal law that states no team can depart Australian shores without having "roos" attached to their name – but when it comes to James Magnussen, it's not so much a moniker as a statement of intent.
It's funny how the personality of a TV celebrity can permeate a place he owns. Gregg Wallace comes across on MasterChef as a no-nonsense, don't-muck-about, straight-talking, plain-dealing kind of geezer, not a foodie, certainly not a cook, just a chap who loves his food and appreciates it in big quantities. His most characteristic utterance in praise of a dish is, "I could polish off a 'ole plate of that". When you visit his new restaurant, Gregg's grinning visage keeps turning up in your head, beaming encouragement, defying you to find fault and criticise his down-home style.
Manager confident his side can avoid relegation despite extremely tricky run-in to end of season
A theatre in North London has become the highest-profile playhouse to give up competing with this summer's Olympic Games, deciding that it would be more lucrative to rent the venue to one of the visiting teams instead.
Soho institution Quo Vadis undergoes an unfussy makeover to get tongues wagging.
David Cameron will spell out his vision of "moral markets" today, as he enters the intense political debate over how to create a more "responsible capitalism".
PM accused of not matching his rhetoric with action after blocking Lib Dem pay plans
But ex-Lazard chairman urges City to aim for ethical capitalism, says Paul Cahalan
With six feet to spare, the triple-masted Colombian barque ARC Gloria slid through the raised bascules of Tower Bridge yesterday to end a three-day goodwill visit to London.
Everything from Tower Bridge to the London bus will be given an eco makeover in time for 2012