Gasps in courtroom as 37-year-old changes plea and confesses to murder of schoolgirl found in attic
She found fame as Sophie in Peep Show, but Bafta wins confirm her as 'national treasure'
Disgraced former minister wants to help prisoners find jobs, while ex-wife will write 'tell-all' book
Experts warn Islamist leaders on campus could cause students and graduates to 'embrace terror'
Ryan Gosling refuses to eat his cereal, an American hero gets the auto-tune treatment and a dog dances
Mayor's proposal for airport in Thames Estuary rejected; MPs call for one, perhaps two, new runways
Barbara Hewson says Savile scandal has resulted in the unjust 'persecution of old men’
Deniers upset as Prince issues most impassioned plea yet for urgent action on global warming
Force Majeure show betrays comic's aim to become London mayor with 'gratuitous swipes' at the right
Five things you might not know about the British screenwriter and director who has died at 86
Singer-songwriter Carole King, whose 1971 album ‘Tapestry’ stayed in the charts for more than six years, performs at the White House yesterday. President Obama presented her with the Gershwin Price for her lifetime contribution to popular music.
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