Sir Alex Ferguson’s men came from a goal behind to beat Wigan and effectively clinch the league - but will Carlos Tevez stay ar Old Trafford?
Two clubs from Yorkshire and Lancashire with very different aspirations will compete for the biggest prize in sport later this month
Poet's decision not to stand for professor of poetry at Oxford is not a victory for feminism, but reveals the petty-minded nature of higher education
The Mole: It was a lacklustre PMQs as both parties face up to the humiliation of the expenses fiasco, says our Westminster insider
Skipper’s outburst damages West Indian morale before the second Test, but England still have much to prove - to themselves and the public
The photos of a semi-nude Carrie Prejean were ‘risqué’, but no reason to strip her of her title
‘Give me a water board, Dick Cheney and one hour, and I’ll have him confess to the Sharon Tate murders,’ says the former wrestler
He even says ‘sorry’ 25 years after his famous ‘carbuncle’ speech upset the modernists
Not the fascist BNP or far left radicals, argues Will Self, but men and women of probity
Sexual harassment case from quarter of a century ago comes back to haunt Nobel poet
The child prodigy who was forced to quit playing the piano by the nervous condition returned in triumph with a concert at Cadogan Hall in London
The former chief inspector of schools, who is suffering from motor neurone disease, has no desire to end his days in a euthanasia clinic
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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