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.
The cricketing icon is believed to have used the bat during a three-day match in 1878 and then presented it to the opposing captain.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a special tiara this week. Which one was it? Tell us in this week's news quiz.
The French capital is facing the worst pollution of the last 10 years. In an effort to tackle the smog, authorities have issued bans on cars entering the city and made all public transport free.
From the more traditional Fair Isle cardigans, to all-singing, all-dancing novelty jumpers, Christmas jumpers are here to stay. We found out about the history of this festive favourite.
More than 1,000 guests attended the annual Diplomatic Corps reception.
As the star from the Golden Age of Hollywood turns 100, take our quiz to test your knowledge of Kirk Douglas's film roles. Can you match the film with the photo?
The surplus produced from council parking operations in England rose by 9% over the past year, according to a new study.
The Guardian reports that Boris Johnson's allies have spoken up to defend the foreign secretary, saying he was right to accuse Saudi Arabia of waging "proxy wars" in the Middle East, despite Downing Street disowning the remarks.
Professor Arthur Boycott had borrowed the book from school in 1886 and it had been sitting on a shelf until discovered by his granddaughter – who promptly returned it.
A survey of 170 Young’s Pubs and Geronimo Inns has revealed some of the strangest items left behind by Christmas party revellers, including a man who forgot his dog.
Chanel has released an open letter to state-owned rail operator SNCF over plans to build a viaduct through Chanel’s flower fields in the Siagne Valley.
New research into the Earth’s rate of rotation has estimated when our days will lengthen by one hour – but it won’t happen for a while yet.