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Baroness Scotland: The cost of being in political life

In her first interview since revelations about her housekeeper nearly ended her political career, the Attorney General talks frankly to Sarah Cassidy about her new fight against domestic violence

Talented twins win secondary school places aged 9

Like thousands of primary school children, Paula and Peter Imafidon will today find out the name of their secondary school. Unlike their classmates, the twins will be ripping open the envelope safe in the knowledge that they will be two years younger than their peers and have already passed their maths A-levels.

Office living: the new work-life balance

Faced with rising rents and a lack of supply, cost-conscious tenants are taking advantage of empty office space to escape the rental race and embrace loft-style living. Holly Williams reports

Building excellence: A multibillion-pound scheme to upgrade schools is presenting a set of challenges

Building Schools for the Future (BSF) is perhaps the most ambitious known scheme of its kind. Launched in 2004 by the then Department for Education and Skills, £2.5bn-£3bn of capital investment is being spent on the programme each year to renovate or rebuild every school in England.

Terror police 'found jihadist books in loft'

Police searching the home of a man accused of preparing terrorist acts discovered news stories and books with jihadist content, a court heard today.

The Couch Surfer: 'No Distance isn't a music film – it's a love story with a killer soundtrack'

Tim Walker: 'The filmmakers had something Blur’s previous chroniclers did not: a completed narrative arc'

Family plea to 'honour' killer: Where is body?

The sister of "honour killing" victim Tulay Goren today called on her father to end the family's nightmares by revealing what he had done with her body.

Jury out in 'honour killing' murder trial

Jurors trying three men accused of the "honour killing" of a 15-year-old girl retired today to consider their verdicts.

Bomb plot jury resume deliberations

The jury in the trial of three Muslim men accused of plotting with the ringleader of a conspiracy to launch suicide attacks on transatlantic passenger aircraft began its fifth day of deliberations today.

Lethal Bizzle - The grime of his life

Lethal Bizzle's uncompromising, personal, lyrics have put him in the political spotlight and led to racist attacks. With his new album moving up the charts, he tells Fiona Sturges what drives him

Tributes to soldiers shot by 'rogue' policeman

Tributes to the five British soldiers murdered by an Afghan police officer poured in today as the death of another UK serviceman was announced.

Man in court over 'plot to blow up aircraft'

A Muslim man accused of plotting with the ringleader of a conspiracy to launch suicide attacks upon transatlantic passenger aircraft told a court today he wrote a school essay on joining al-Qa'ida because he "liked to push the boundaries".

'Honour killing' father collapses in court

Wife of man accused of murdering daughter takes witness stand

Father accused of 'honour killing' collapses in court

A father accused of murdering his 15-year-old daughter in an "honour killing" collapsed in the dock today as his wife began giving evidence at his trial.

Going to the Dogs: Walthamstow Stadium remembered

When the iconic neon lights of Walthamstow Stadium flickered off for the final time last summer, a little bit of Britain's dog racing history disappeared off the map.

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves, reports Rupert Cornwell
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The architect of the HeForShe movement and head of UN Women on the world's failure to combat domestic violence
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Bill Granger's luxurious sweet treats

Our chef loves to stop for 30 minutes to catch up on the day's gossip, while nibbling on something sweet
London Marathon 2015: Paula Radcliffe and the mother of all goodbyes

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