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.
‘Surprise! I’m still alive!’ Noela Rukundo stunned her ‘mourning’ husband when she turned up at her own funeral to accuse him of ordering a hit against her.
German treasure trove law means the teen can keep the 500g solid gold ingot, once thought to be Nazi loot, after no-one came forward to claim it.
A runaway cat called Clive had put on a lot of weight during his 14-month absence from home.
So far this winter we’ve been hit by eight named storms. Now Storm Imogen is here. Why do UK storms suddenly have names?
Plan to ease the capital’s gridlock with a series of underground roads would create a new network of subterranean trunk routes.
A section of the underground postal railway will open to the public as part of the Postal Museum project coming in 2017.
Think you know your onions? Think again - spellings of dozens of words are to be simplified under a ruling from the French language authority, and the French are revolting.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have been criticised after suggesting that any women who might possibly become pregnant should not drink alcohol.
The £3.50 ‘Ugly Veg Boxes’ will be available in 128 stores from today, and promise enough nourishment to last a family a week.
Never read War and Peace? Don’t worry, neither has anyone else. And with quality adaptations of literary classics on offer, why should we, asks Alan Tyers.
A curious mouse has become the latest victim of a Victorian ‘Perpetual’ mousetrap kept in a store at the Museum of English Rural Life.
The revolutionary reactor was switched on yesterday afternoon by German chancellor Angela Merkel, who has a degree in physical chemistry.