Decision to name a chunk of Antarctica after Queen is provocative, says geopolitics professor
She might be tempted to speak out on gay marriage and Leveson - but risks a constitutional crisis if she does
Long-range missile puts satellite into orbit, but tests could be part of nuclear programme
Ecuador reveals effects of Julian Assange's isolation, but he still faces arrest if he goes to hospital
William Hague officially recognises Syrian opposition, but makes no mention of arming rebels
British businessman whose death sparked ructions in Chinese Communist Party, 'passed information to MI6'
Meanwhile X himself tells Telegraph the sex abuse allegations are 'totally without any grounds'
Former Defence Secretary tells Cameron there can't be one rule for the BBC and another for the Tories