The 'arms race' to pack the chamber with loyalists shows the system is 'well and truly bust', say critics
Gunners must face Bayern Munich as unlucky Man City are drawn in the 'Group of Death'
Successor to Stieg Larsson manages to capture Girl With The Dragon Tattoo style
The big winners and losers, including Easter and Morgan as Stuart Lancaster names his final 31 for next month's tournament
Posthumous novel The Shepherd's Crown is feted by fans and critics as a 'proper send-off'
Politicians on all sides call for migration to be part of EU renegotiation as business leaders brand target "bizarre"
Cumberbatch is a 'five-star Hamlet' in hit-and-miss production, but is he a victim of his Sherlock fame?
Coroner warns that identifying victims will be a 'slow and painstaking operation'
Fourth major title puts 'mediocre' long-jumper alongside Thompson, Christie, Gunnell and Edwards
The 'conscious ungrouping' of 1D causes real suffering for fans, but it's all part of the life cycle
Businesses that employ illegal immigrants could also be shut down under strict new government measures
The British racing driver was struck on the helmet by a nosecone after crash at Pocono Raceway on Sunday
Jamaican 'saviour' comes good when it matters as rival Gatlin cracks under pressure in Beijing
Man United vice-chairman back in the spotlight after Pedro deal, despite big-name signings
But some Poles argue the campaign to counter anti-immigration rhetoric is 'irresponsible and divisive'
Striker rejects claims that he is in decline and insists he can still play centre-forward despite goal drought
The former Olympic gold medalist and man behind London 2012 must tackle the doping crisis facing his sport
Leaflet featuring false stories withdrawn as Twitter mocks Department for Work and Pensions
Politicians and musicians remain unconvinced about government's new online age rating scheme
German enigma must be more influential in number ten role as Theo Walcott risks becoming a marginalised bench warmer