Rupert Murdoch promotes his ‘Sun’ editor to one of the British media’s most powerful executive positions
US President condemns the Tehran regime’s ‘unjust’ crackdown on reformist protestors
The FIA president rebuffs attacks against his position and questions whether teams have the financial clout to break away
The British No 1 was given a thorough work-out by the American Robert Kendrick on Centre Court yesterday evening
The Tonight Show announcer - famous for his ‘Here's Johnny’ catchphrase - dies aged 86
The Mole: Chilcot’s inquiry will hear some witnesses in public – but don’t bank on Tony Blair being one of them, says our Westminster insider
RJ Cutler's documentary The September Edition lifts the lid on the Vogue editor - the most feared woman in fashion
Bereaved families must not be allowed to divert the Iraq inquiry from examining the legality of the war
A cruise that takes in three of the seven wonders and reveals the origin of Western thought
Despite a series of different rulers, the city and its architecture survived the 20th century intact
Fiction: Giles Foden mixes fact and fiction in a new novel about a WWII weather man
Non-fiction: Economist journalists debunk the myth that religion is dying
Non-fiction: A general history of democracy by John Keane which set out to "democratise the history of democracy"
Critics say the Britpop band’s Goldsmiths reunion gig is a triumph
Two teens take a ride above the Thames on the StarFlyer carnival ride during the Wonderground Fair in central London.
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