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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When Gunners supporter Charlie Pearce failed to get Cup Final tickets through all the usual channels, he went to the very top – and even heard back from Her Majesty.
Wayne Foulkes waited all day for his prized 16lb catch only for his moment of glory to be stolen by a ghostly apparition.
A man who stole £100 worth of items from a Tesco supermarket was caught red-handed when security staff identified him by the name on the back of his football jersey.
People on board a yacht in New Zealand enjoyed a spectacular show of nature when a pod of orcas swam alongside their boat and played up to the crowd.
Malaya veteran Ivor Smith, 82, had worked at the DIY store for 12 years before he was marched out of the building and ordered not to speak to workmates.
A bird who flew into a tiger enclosure kept the big cats at bay for a full three minutes before zookeepers came to its rescue.
A 62-year-old in China is standing firm for more compensation as property developers circle and bulldozers wait to demolish his home.
Eighty-nine-year-old Mildred Unsworth challenged two masked intruders with her brolly after they broke into her family home.
When a thief’s failed attempt to make away with a petrol station’s ATM was caught on camera, police not only made the video public, but added a cheeky soundtrack to boot.
A would-be Romeo’s efforts to woo the ladies ended in cringeworthy fashion when he fell backwards into a fountain.
What happened when three people dressed as emoji characters took a tour of London?