The fugitive whistleblower is ready to go home if he is guaranteed a free and impartial trial, says his lawyer
‘No more obsessing over caps,’ says Farage, as he ditches party’s call for a 50,000-a-year limit
Arsenal, Liverpool and Manchester United have all been courting Dybala, but the Palermo striker is making eyes across the Med
Household incomes in the UK have climbed back to pre-recession levels, but not for the under-30s
Sunderland's draw with Hull was more eventful off the field than on it, with the two managers squaring up to each other
Critics argue that safe space policies at British universities have become a direct threat to freedom of speech
Violence close to Libyan ports and oilfields helps to drive up the oil price after Monday's losses
Dolce & Gabbana celebrates motherhood, while Dsquared2 presents a 'clash of civilisations' in Milan
Was Nemtsov killed by Islamists, the West, Putin's opponents or the Russian president himself?
Aimen Dean was recruited by British security and intelligence services to report back on al-Qaeda
'One-off' Team GB squad could make a return in next year's Olympics – but many obstacles remain
It was the second-highest total in World Cup history – and three runs more than last week's 408 against the West Indies
Dating app Tinder comes under fire for 'sleazy' age-based fees as it unveils its much anticipated premium edition
It could be curtains for the Edwardian blockbuster, as Smith says series must soon come to an end
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