The festival marks the end of Hajj and involves animal sacrifice as a symbol of Ibrahim's sacrifice to Allah
Building your family tree can cost money, but there are free resources for those in the know
Mock trial of bishops and barons will be held to mark 800 years since the document was signed
A new property allowance will shield homes worth up to £1m from IHT
Project hopes to disrupt the flow of money into conflict zones – but shouldn't Africans be part of the conversation?
Glastonbury Festival 2016 likely to be popular ahead of scheduled year off – get ready for the rush
Britain commits £100m to research into 'intelligent mobility' to make Britain the best place to test driverless cars
Privatisation of the NHS is a hot topic amid concerns over the health service's 'financial hole'
TfL says Tube customers who use Apple Pay but do not touch out could be charged £8.80 for a single trip
MPs' salaries rise by £7,000 to £74,000 as Ipsa follows through on its controversial proposal
Ramadan comes to an end with prayers, food, gifts – but the exact date depends on the first sighting of the moon
'Ice mountains' reveal evidence of water on Pluto, as scientists begin downloading probe data
Health secretary claims thousands of patients are dying because of Monday-to-Friday NHS culture
New IFI Isas will let you shield savings held in peer-to-peer lending accounts from income tax
The new Fire TV Stick dongle offers Prime Instant Video alongside Netflix, BBC iPlayer and Sky
The ban on Hitler's autobiography is set to be lifted in Germany, but many argue publication should be blocked
One union leader says tough new proposals smack of Nazi Germany. But do the Tories have the public on side?
Once the hot start-up, is it now the next MySpace? On Twitter's ninth anniversary, many analysts are questioning its future
Cyclist Ivan Basso, who has pulled out of the Tour de France after cancer diagnosis, is not the first to fight the disease