Can the police, the Palace and the mayor do anything to prevent the far-right party’s leader meeting the Queen and Prince Philip?
The 69-year-old star explains how his good looks and golden tan helped win him an MGM contract
The patron saint of frugal cooking discusses how to feast in the face of economic hardship
Ben Stiller reprises his role as a museum security guard in this madcap comedy
Teen horror comedy in which a schoolboy bullied to death returns to haunt his tormentors
A 19-year-old middle-class man is drawn into a violent gang in late 1970s Liverpool
French psychological drama about obsession and loss
Australian doctor Philip Nitschke, in the UK to teach people to kill themselves, recalls the first time he killed someone
The Mole: And even Labour’s Martin Salter is saying that he might back the Tory MP’s audacious run for the post, says our Westminster insider
The north-east club have been run into the ground by hapless, hopeless owners and the impossible demands of a hysterical fanbase
Half-year profits at the national and regional newspaper chain slide in the wake of a severe slump in advertising revenues
Slump may mean Japan is first country to fall into depression as GDP contracts at an annual rate of almost 10 per cent
Priests, bishops and cardinals gather for a mass in St Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican to commemorate Holy Thursday. The holiday, also known as Maundy Thursday, celebrates the Last Supper of Jesus and his disciples.
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