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Book published for capital's famously unfriendly travellers

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People in the east of England are the most likely to have to travel 100 miles or more to visit their childhood home

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Boxing: I was KO’d by a better fighter, admits Tony Bellew

Tony Bellew admitted he was outclassed by Canadian Adonis Stevenson as his WBC light-heavyweight title fight ended in a sixth-round knockout.

Tony McCoy riding Jezki, far right, clears the last to win The Bar One Racing Hatton’s Grace Hurdle

Jezki ready to blow away Hurricane’s dominance in Champion Hurdle

Jezki threw his hat into the ring for this season’s Champion Hurdle with a solid if unspectacular victory in the Hatton’s Grace Hurdle at Fairyhouse.

The Rail Europe name is to be erased by Christmas – just as horizons for British train travellers are being expanded with a new Paris-Barcelona high-speed service

End of the Rail Europe brand before Christmas condemned as ‘absolutely daft’

The strongest brand in European train travel has reached the end of the line. The Rail Europe name is to be erased by Christmas – just as horizons for British train travellers are being expanded with a new Paris-Barcelona high-speed service.

Chinese businessman Anxiang Du convicted of murdering family of four

Court hears how Du 'massacred' his former business partners Mr and Mrs Ding as well as their two teenage daughters

Stuart Broad pictured in Uluru, with the famous Ayers Rock in the background

Ashes 2013-14: Stuart Broad calls for big improvement and hopes privacy will get Jonathan Trott on road to recovery

England are looking to bounce back from a humiliating 381-run defeat to Australia although they are without batsman Trott after he left the tour with a stress-related illness

Ashes 2013-14: I see fear in eyes of England’s batsmen, claims David Warner

Australian cricketer castigates Trott’s approach at the crease

The Mayfair Hotel, Stratton Street, London

Judge takes unusual step to move £50m family dispute to luxury May Fair Hotel

A luxury hotel conference room is to be turned into a courtroom on Monday for a £50m family dispute to be played out.

For disabled travellers, the loss of tube staff gives reason to worry

It doesn't matter where they are, but having someone to help is vital

24 hour London Tube: the cocktail of characters on the great leveller underground

We spend so much time on the Tube that for most of us it’s a second, rather crowded living room, filled with guests you would not usually invite over

Pinterest introduces Place Pins service to 'turn inspiration into reality'

Social media website that allows users to curate their favourite content has moved from pictures of cupcakes to global travel

On track: First Crossrail tunnel unveiled... and it's looking impressive

The first completed tunnel in the £14.8 billion cross-London Crossrail project has been unveiled.

EasyJet is Britain’s biggest airline by passenger numbers

EasyJet profits soar by 51% as budget airline reaches new heights

Low-cost airline easyJet's annual profits soared 51 per cent today, after efforts to attract more business passengers saw more 60 million passengers board their aircrafts for the first time.

Book Review: Offshore, By Penelope Fitzgerald

Perhaps a surprise Booker Prize winner in 1979, Fitzgerald’s novel might seem slightly out of date now with regards to its popular culture references, but its focus on the alternative families we create when our biological ones just won’t do is still relevant.

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