ComRes poll sees Lib Dems sink to new low and Ukip make gains from scandal-hit Tories
South Korean president should ‘keep her disgusting mouth closed’ in order to improve relations, says Pyongyang
People accused of hiding money offshore to avoid tax will have to prove it was not their intention
In a rare statement of his religious views, Cameron has described Christians' 'countless acts of kindness'
Nick Clegg has pandered to detractors, adds Jeremy Browne
The inventor of the 'aggregation of marginal gains' will concentrate on Team Sky Tour de France bid
The goggles highlight cancerous cells as surgeons operate, reducing the need for follow-up surgery
Some websites now recommend that users should change passwords in response to the Heartbleed breach
Shares in tech giants including Google, Yahoo and Facebook fall sharply, but could it be time to invest?
The Champions League semi-final draw offers an intriguing number of options for the final
At least 30 people, many of them civilians, died in clashes between Christian and Muslim militias this week
The customs that surround Easter, the reason it is a moveable feast and why it sometimes varies in Eastern and Western churches
Men dressed as ancient Romans take part in a parade to mark the 2,767th anniversary of the founding of Rome. Known as Natale di Roma, the annual celebration has taken place since 1870.
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