Who actually cares about the Sports Personality of the Year shortlist? Sport hardly needs another layer of competition
With Worthy Farm taking a gap year in 2012, thousands were frantically pressing refresh in an effort to secure tickets to Glastonbury 2013.
Brazilian woman auctions her virginity on site 'Virgins Wanted' - take part in our prostitution survey
A 20 year-old woman is offering to lose her virginity to the highest bidder, on a flight from Australia to the US. Here, we ask readers' views on prostitution.
Perhaps it's the inevitable product of a political class dominated by the rich. We should urgently focus on building homes for the poor and needy instead
Is this what politics in Britain is reduced to? Endless blather and chatter about what Andrew Mitchell did or didn't say? Pathetic! Grow up and get serious, people.
Spending taxpayers' money on international development programmes is under attack like never before. But there are vital reasons to keep giving.
There's a recalcitrant inner-city spirit which no amount of over-priced real-estate development can sanitise. Figuratively, or sometimes literally.
As a French court yesterday accused French magazine Closer of "violating the bodily intimacy" of the Duchess, we should re-evaluate how we value privacy.
Nobody cares what happened in Vegas, but what happened by the Provence pool should stay there.
Bigots often don’t fathom that their views could be offensive, so the case where a man claimed he couldn’t sit on a jury because of his extreme views seems odd.
As nude pictures have been published of Prince Harry in the past week, the question of to what extent those in the public eye should become private property is to be considered once again.
Bali nine: Welcome to 'Execution Island' – the Indonesian holiday resort where foreigners are sent to die
India's Daughter: How India tried to suppress the BBC Delhi gang-rape documentary
TV debates: Ed Miliband to debate himself if David Cameron continues to 'run scared'
GamerGate: developer Tim Schafer provokes rage with joke about online gaming activists at industry awards
Quantitative easing: what does it mean for consumers?
Professor Brian Cox brands astrology-believing Tory MP David Tredinnick an 'outlier on the spectrum of reason'
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