Wed 27 May 2015, AT 09:49
Officials held by Swiss police in dawn raid on hotel in Zurich after three-year FBI probe

Artist sells Instagram pics without photographers' permission

One-Minute Read
Wed 27 May, AT 10:41

Richard Prince attacked for selling Instagram users' images for $90,000, but it's not against the law

Hamas accused of 'spine-chilling' abuses during Gaza war

One-Minute Read
Wed 27 May, AT 10:19

Amnesty International claims Hamas used conflict with Israel to execute and torture its enemies

European flags fly in front of the European Parliament

EU referendum: some voters 'don't know UK is in EU'

One-Minute Read
Wed 27 May, AT 09:54

The wording of the EU referendum question will remind the electorate that Britain is already a member

Human Rights Act: Cameron delays scrapping legislation

Wed 27 May, AT 09:28

Consultation on introducing a British Bill of Rights will be held instead, as PM faces widespread opposition

David Cameron and new Cabinet

Queen's Speech: what's on David Cameron's agenda today?

Wed 27 May, AT 08:41

Welfare and jobs at heart of legislative programme but plans to scrap Human Rights Act delayed

The Business: Osborne won't balance the books until 2019 say Moody's

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Wed 27 May, AT 07:53

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A new era dawns at Lord's as Stokes inherits Flintoff's crown

First Reaction
Tue 26 May, AT 14:29

Swashbuckling cricket played in front of genuine fans sets the tone for England's summer

EU referendum: the pros and cons of Britain leaving Europe

Tue 26 May, AT 14:13

Conservative victory means in/out European Union referendum will be held in 2017 - if not before

Why is Japan falling out of love with fish?

One-Minute Read
Tue 26 May, AT 13:44

The Japanese government launches a seafood ambassador as consumption of fish slumps