Northern house prices to fall further behind London

The North-South divide in British house prices is set to widen sharply this year and next, a leading economic think tank has warned.

Berlin man 'killed and dismembered wife'

Police in Berlin have arrested a man on suspicion he killed and dismembered his wife, possibly in front of her six children.

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Hundreds of thousands of families could benefit from tax breaks on "granny flats" under plans being considered by the Government.

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François Hollande, the man who wooed the French with the promise to be a "normal" president, has decided to depart from rules and conventions in the name of normality.

Olympus settles claim with ex-boss Michael Woodford

Michael Woodford, the whistleblower who exposed a massive fraud at camera maker Olympus shortly after being made chief executive, yesterday won a multi-million pound, out-of-court settlement in a dramatic, last-minute deal.

Grandmother successfully sued by family after falling downstairs while carrying granddaughter

A woman who tripped and fell downstairs while carrying her baby granddaughter has been successfully sued by her own family for causing head injuries that left the little girl severely disabled.

Woodford begins battle against unfair dismissal

Michael Woodford, the British whistleblower sacked from Japanese cameras and endoscopes giant Olympus begins his multi-million pound unfair dismissal case against the company at a London tribunal today.

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Austrian wins Palme d'Or for second time with tale of an elderly couple's devotion

Sacked Olympus boss Woodford starts fight against unfair dismissal

Michael Woodford, the British whistleblower sacked from Japanese cameras and endoscopes giant Olympus, begins his multi-million-pound unfair dismissal case against the company at a London tribunal today.

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A friend is re-doing her kitchen and wants to incorporate an interesting splashback to replace the simple square, coloured tiles she has. So I did a bit of hunting around for some off-piste ideas...

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Summer 2012: Close to home

The best of British is on offer on a Champagne, Bucket & Spade Break at Hawke's Point (01726 884072; hawkes-point.co.uk) in St Ives, Cornwall.

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Amour, Cannes Film Festival

Michael Haneke is now a firm favourite to join the illustrious list of two-time Palme d’Or winners thanks to this heart-breaking tale about the dying weeks in the relationship of an octogenarian couple.

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