Ukip’s popularity is testament to British tolerance, says Alan Tyers. Where else would such half-baked views be granted so much airtime?
While he is proud of his country and all it has given the world, St George’s Day always makes Chas Early feel slightly uneasy.
Scientists have discovered the remains of mammoth skin - which they say contains unique cells that could bring the extinct giant back to life.
A passenger sparked a terror alert after he foolishly tried to take a souvenir artillery shell through an airport in China.
UFO enthusiasts claim to have found proof of alien life among recently released photos taken by Nasa astronauts on the Apollo 17 moon mission.
An artist paid hundreds of thousands of euros to create an artwork for the European Central Bank has presented it with an aluminium ‘rock’ - and a promise to complete it at a later date.
Visitors to a newly-opened glass bridge had a scare when a pane of glass on the 260-metre-long walkway was smashed by a tourist’s metal mug.
Airbus has offered an alarming glimpse into the future of air travel by filing patents showing a split-level cabin in which passengers sit on top of each other.
A council is to force owners to carry plastic bags when they take their dogs out in a bid to tackle the problem of fouling.
A café owner turned the tables on travellers squatting on land near his business by trapping them in with a mechanical digger until they agreed to leave.
Foods that are prohibited by some faiths should be kept in different fridges and heated in different microwaves to avoid causing offence, new guidelines on office kitchen etiquette will suggest.
A homeless woman found dead in a McDonald’s branch in Hong Kong had lain there for seven hours while customers continued to eat their meals around her.