News Jonny Benjamin (left) and Neil Laybourn meet after Mr Benjamin launched a campaign to find the stranger who stopped him from taking his life in 2008.

Now a mental health campaigner, Jonny Benjamin wanted to find the stranger so he could thank him

Tube lines hit by rush hour delays

Tube travellers suffered severe delays today with one line closed and another part-suspended.

Jakub Blaszczykowski’s traumas were downplayed by Adrian Chiles

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See the UK premiere of The Suit for just £15

The ultimate betrayal. The cruellest revenge. A hauntingly beautiful musical play.

See the UK premiere of The Suit for just £15

The ultimate betrayal. The cruellest revenge. A hauntingly beautiful musical play.

Lord Ashcroft’s BCB Holdings reports its Belize-based banking business lost $2.4m in the last three months of 2011

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Conservative Party donor's Caribbean operations lose $13.6m in final quarter of 2011

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An Honourable Man, By Gillian Slovo

Lytton Strachey's Eminent Victorians announced that Gordon of Khartoum was not that eminent after all. Nearly a century later, Gillian Slovo's novel confirms the General's membership of the Great British Walking Disaster Brigade. As with her co-authored play Guantánamo and Ice Road, her novel about the siege of Leningrad, An Honourable Man is a fiction populated by real people caught up in historical events. Again we are in a siege, this time of Khartoum in the Sudan, threatened by the Dervish followers of the Mahdi, a mad, mystical leader.

Rail travel chaos after cable theft

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Tom Cruise delighted fans who had waited for him in blistering cold last night as he arrived at the London premiere of Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol.

Lord Ashcroft, the former Conservative deputy chairman

Diary: Napoleon's remote island prison has new air of closeness

It is a big day today for Lord Ashcroft, the former bankroller of the Conservative Party, and others who have campaigned to have a £300m airport built on a remote Atlantic island, paid for by the British taxpayer.

Crimea, By Orlando Figes

Mainly remembered today in Victorian street and pub names, the Crimea was "the earliest example of a truly modern war" though conducted by "old codes of chivalry".

Ray Davies - How a lonely Londoner created one of the great Sixties songs

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BBC drama to move from Rochdale to Scotland

After another school year marred by teen pregnancy, drug dealing and murder, Waterloo Road has failed its final inspection.

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