Voices Little security: rents are the biggest factor in the cost of living crisis

If we don't like rich landlords then we can raise taxes on the rich generally, but it will be a brave politician who suggests it

Innocent bus driver stabbed in head by screaming woman who 'mistook him for someone else'

Veraty Johnston admitted attacking the driver in front of a packed bus near Norwich

East Anglia got the summeriest weather, with highs approaching 18C

Roadworks lifted on major routes ahead of bank holiday weekend

Roadworks will be suspended on a number of major routes as millions head off on the bank holiday weekend.

Outdoor workers face toilet troubles due to Government spending cuts, says union report

Workers who spend their day outside are facing increasing problems in finding a toilet because Government spending cuts have led to many facilities being closed, a new union report has warned.

Over one hundred missing and thirty-one dead in Philippines Thomas Aquinas ferry disaster

Investigation into how the ferry collided with a cargo ship will begin after rescue operations are complete

Scene of a road traffic collision on the clockwise section of the M25 Surrey

Eight people injured - two seriously - in seven car crash on M25

Six ambulances and four fire engines attended the scene of the crash between junctions 10 and 11 in Surrey

Container shipping line Maersk's shares jump 7%

Shares in the world’s biggest container shipping line jumped more than 7% today as it reported a sharp improvement in world trade in the latest quarter.

Drivers face on-the-spot fines for tailgating and lane-hogging

Fraudsters reported to file almost 400 false insurance claims every day

Jens Stoltenberg reveals his identity to his ‘shocked’ passenger

Passengers in Norway Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg's taxi stunt were actually paid

Video posted on YouTube showed Labour leader chatting light-heartedly to passengers before going on to unmask himself

'World's first practical jetpack' cleared by aviation regulators

New prototype shows a 'quantum leap' forward in performance

Gatwick enjoys 5.5% passenger surge

A leading holiday airport handled an increased number of passengers last month.

Luna Rossa progress to Louis Vuitton Cup final

The Italian America’s Cup challenger Luna Rossa duly progressed to the final of the Louis Vuitton Cup elimination series after a clean sweep 4-0 win over Sweden’s Artemis Racing.

French police step up watch on British drivers

UK drivers liable for on-the-spot fines as British Government opts out of EU road safety legislation

Six feared dead after plane crashes into Connecticut neighbourhood

A small plane that crashed in a working-class neighbourhood near a Connecticut airport yesterday and engulfed two houses in flames may have killed six people.

Passengers fight and vomit as British Airways flight turns back for two emergency landings in 24 hours

One member of cabin staff tried to deal with 300 travellers at Riyadh airport as others reportedly 'hid' in a back office

New College of the Humanities

History: Founded in the summer of 2011 by the philosopher A.C. Grayling with the participation and advice of some of the world’s top academics, New College of the Humanities is a private undergraduate college.

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