No fracking will take place at a site in West Sussex which was at the centre of large-scale protests last year, energy company Cuadrilla has told residents.
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Friday 26 July 2013
Manning leaked ‘to gain notoriety’
Thursday 25 July 2013
Tom Bawden visits the West Sussex village where events are shaking up old allegiances
Don't pack the shorts away yet! Clouds cover south and east, but sun to return next week - along with weather warnings and potential flooding
Saturday 20 July 2013
Heat and humidity will bring a good chance of heavy showers and even thunder
Friday 12 July 2013
Gift vouchers to be honoured but only to half of price
Sunday 30 June 2013
The Education Secretary Michael Gove’s department has been censured by public spending watchdogs over a plan to set up a state boarding school for inner-city children in the heart of the Sussex countryside.
Sunday 23 June 2013
Amol Rajan finds brotherly love at a new family-run restaurant in west London
Saturday 22 June 2013
There was much amusement in the Twitterverse this week after Odell's father rang NME to complain about its 0/10 review of Long Way Down.
Monday 03 June 2013
Norton Rose, the 219-year-old London law firm, completes its merger with US practice Fulbright & Jaworski today, in what the combined group's boss describes as a "momentous occasion".
Friday 31 May 2013
The death of a soldier at an Army barracks has prompted a police investigation although officers said there are no suspicious circumstances.
Monday 13 May 2013
Former I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! contestant Aggro Santos called today for rape suspects to be given anonymity until they are convicted.
Sunday 12 May 2013
Honeysuckle Weeks is best known as jolly-hockey-sticks Samantha in Foyle's War. She tells Charlotte Cripps why her role in a hard-hitting play about women's rights in Twenties Chicago makes a welcome change
Friday 26 April 2013
A former police sergeant is facing jail after admitting selling information to The Sun newspaper.
Monday 22 April 2013
It seems a lifetime ago since Sir John Chilcot's stopped taking evidence for his inquiry into the origin of the Iraq War and went away to write his report. The public part of the inquiry began on 24 November 2009 and ended on 2 February 2011. Two years, two months and three weeks have since slipped by, with no firm indication yet of when we might see Sir John's conclusions. This is taking so long that even the House of Lords, a place in which time normally stands still, is showing signs of impatience.
Monday 22 April 2013
In a fittingly grand service at St Paul's last week, Christopher Martin-Jenkins was remembered as the best friend cricket ever had. His amateur affection for the game, and bumbling technophobia, were celebrated by many living legends of the game. But what I admired most about CMJ, one of my heroes as a child, is just what a canny and mischievous hack he was.
Thursday 18 April 2013
A seven-year-old boy who suffered catastrophic brain damage after a "catalogue of errors" at his birth is to receive a compensation package worth £8.5 million.
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