Critics struggle to mourn the end of police show that had 'run out of steam'
Two years after Fast and Furious actor died, lawsuit reportedly accuses carmaker of safety shortcuts
Italy's top criminal court explains why Knox was acquitted for the murder of Meredith Kercher
Writer claims evidence to suggest Banksy is a man is a form of 'misdirection' planted by artist herself
Official twice breached protocol in his efforts to make pop concert on Saturday night
Campaigners accuse Dawkins of perpetuating 'dangerous' myths, but evolutionist says it was just a lesson in logic
Husband Tom Cohen tells coroner that Peaches had hidden drugs in their attic before her death in April
In new leak, Nicolas Sarkozy allegedly promises to secure Monaco job for judge
Guinea pigs, elephants, pandas and camels all vie for the crown of Paul the Octopus
Ryan Gosling's Lost River is panned, while Nicole Kidman has critics 'curling up' in embarrassment
Italian PM allegedly insulted German chancellor in recorded conversation with newspaper editor
This 'prince of the physical world' does not easily fit the description of an anxiety-ridden GAD sufferer
With EastEnders-style landlords, ploddy police and Downton villains, has 24 fallen into the cliche trap?
The country's brittle, edgy atmosphere has its roots in apartheid, argues Marlene van Niekerk
Has the Hollywood actor 'bitten off more than he can chew' with British human rights barrister?
Justin Welby suggests accepting gay marriage would mean the Church would be unable to help other victims of oppression
White South Africans fear violent crime – but it occurs in townships not gated communities, says Pierre de Vos
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Prosecution shows footage of Pistorius shooting a watermelon with hollow-point 'zombie-stopper' bullets
The scandal was losing the Tories votes, damaging the PM and overshadowing positive economic news