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.
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Graham Ellis, a former Commando, was among marines ordered to remove ID tags from enemy soldiers during the 1982 conflict.
A great-grandmother who decided to try skydiving for the first time aged 89 has described the jump as "a chance of a lifetime".
Chris Moncrieff reports on fears that if Jeremy Corbyn wins, the Labour Party could fragment beyond repair.
Drugs with an estimated value of more than £600,000 have been found inside a box of bananas by a Tesco worker.
A rail operator had been warned of cows on the track almost an hour before a train hit two of the stray cattle and derailed.
Buckingham Palace has opened to the public for the summer - and this year guests are invited to a lavish state banquet in the opulent ballroom.
We might not be so lonely out here after all. Although, the planet is still over 1,000 light years away from us.
A 4,000-year-old Bronze Age skeleton, believed to be that of an adolescent child, has been unearthed by archaeologists.
Presenter Kay Burley's approach to questioning Labour MP Dawn Butler sums up so much that is wrong with the media and politics, writes Alan Tyers.
More than 550,000 video clips of events that changed the world dating back to 1895 have been uploaded to YouTube.
What happened – or what was said – when The Prince of Wales met Sally the Starfish and Larry the Lobster on a beach in Cornwall?