British swearwords and phrases appeared highly popular with people from around the world
Police called to boiler manufacturers Ferroli after the bodies were discovered by workmen
'This conflict with the UK Muslim population suggests that there is all to play for and we can win the battle of hears and minds'
'Sadly, not in Catstantinople'
'An event today is probably due to the high wind and waves being experienced as part of Storm Abigail'
The list is dominated by Japanese and American firms
'Spike your best friend's eggnog when they're not looking'
With the dark isles preparing to host its first crime-writing festival, Lucy Gillmore sets off to explore the wild coastline, its painted houses and Nordic connections
A BBC survey suggested as many as 39 per cent of Britons no longer conform to traditional class strata
'We investigated the reported incident at the time and concluded that it was not a targeted attack'
Every year millions of pounds' worth of assets end up not being passed on because people don't make a will
Having read through the Government's green paper, there's now one fundamental question: who actually benefits from education?
Ranking criteria included employment, health, housing affordability and commuting times
Labour MP Keith Vaz has said the Coca-Cola Christmas truck tour is 'ill-judged and unwise at a time of record diabetes and obesity levels'
US security officials say a bomb was the most likely cause of Saturday’s plane crash, in which 224 people died. Meanwhile, Britain has taken an unprecedented step to protect UK travellers: Downing Street says no UK airlines may fly from Egypt’s main holiday airport, Sharm el Sheikh, until British aviation experts have assessed the standards of security.
By 2004, the average Briton was drinking nearly three times as much as they had in the Fifties - and Chrissie Giles was above average. True, she lacked self-control. But, as she explains, our growing thirst has been manipulated by canny brands and a changing society