BBC understands couple arrested on Thursday were once 'leading figures' in Brixton-based group
They've both made history with swing albums, but the similarities between Frank and Robbie go much deeper
New bill, effectively a giant planning application, details scheme 'almost down to last blade of grass'
New law will allow police to disclose partner's violent past to potential victims
Man City, Chelsea and Arsenal all provide multiple players in the pick of the experts picks
Obama’s 'realist' US foreign policy appears to have allayed Iranian fears generated by chaotic Bush era, says Ben Rich
Osborne continues to rub Miliband's nose in Co-op cocaine scandal, despite warnings it could backfire
Sources say mogul's ex-wife had 'multiple encounters' with ex-PM, but claims 'untrue', says Blair camp
Batsman flies home with stress-related illness as England tour descends into acrimony after defeat
Geneva deal brings Iran in from the cold, but critics argue its weapons capacity is undiminished
Officials planned to frame extreme right-wing group Combat 18 for his assassination, claims report
Why didn't they run for help sooner? A London psychoanalyst explains the emotional bonds
Payday lenders will be forced to rein in 5,000 per cent interest rates in new crackdown
Ireland stunned by incredible last-ditch victory for New Zealand, who finish the year unbeaten
A fairground ride blurs before the camera at the annual Winter Wonderland event in London's Hyde Park. This year's attractions include a Magical Kingdom complete with snow, ice sculptures and an ice rink. Winter Wonderland runs until 5 January.
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