Portuguese best-seller describes the English as 'filthy, angry animals who drink like sponges'
Inquiry slams passport office for 'summer of chaos' and for making profits on passport applications
Cameron promises he 'won't be here forever' but warns that leaving the UK will be a 'painful divorce'
The capital is failing people on lower-middle incomes, a London think tank says
From Prince William's bald patch to the royal baby, Prince Harry is never short of a joke or two
Jihadists threaten to behead a second British aid worker, who travelled to Syria to help refugees
Details of passengers flying from British airports may be passed to US for 'pre-clearance'
From die-hard unionist firebrand to peacemaker, Ian Paisley was never short of an opinion
1 in 5 Londoners would vote for independence and a city-state might even benefit the rest of the UK
Michael Gove urges British people to speak out against wave of anti-Jewish sentiment sweeping the continent
Briton who survived Ebola plans to continue working in Sierra Leone and urges Cameron to take action
Archaeologists say discovery of new monuments 'fundamentally changes' how we view Stonehenge
The rare phenomenon which leaves patients feeling 'buried alive' could cause long-term psychological problems
Social mobility has flat-lined, the rich are getting richer and class prejudice is on the rise. Are we living in Downton Abbey?
Hair straighteners triggered security alert that closed Luton Airport for four hours
Despite opposition, badger culling is underway for a second year in an attempt to eradicate bovine TB
Martin Kimber will leave Rotherham Council in December after report into child abuse in the city
Google trends shows that interest in a Canadian dish of chips, cheese and gravy is growing around the world
Timing of Kate Middleton's pregnancy revelation ten days before referendum just 'too convenient'
Victims of press intrusion unhappy with the new Independent Press Standards Organisation