Only one man will be allowed to control filming from a work station that 'looks like a tea trolley'
The American military refuses to reward failure: it's time the British Army followed suit
Biographer complains that Austen has been given Victorian-style airbrushing in new banknote image
Both government and Cait Reilly claim victory after Supreme Court deems scheme 'legally flawed'
Former PM says UK would have been better prepared if 2005 cuts had been put into action
The big six know that their business is obtuse and complicated and that's the way they want to keep it
Latest business case for £50bn rail link concedes benefit-cost ratio has fallen
Bajan Ebrahimi murdered after taking pictures of children 'damaging flowers outside his home'
How a woman who booked Spain trip as part of 'bucket list' ended up in the Caribbean
Upgrading lines north of London would add far fewer extra seats and double time from capital to Leeds
Rescuers call off search for teenager swept out to sea, as two others die in Kent and Watford
MPs warned not to commit contempt of court by debating the Old Bailey criminal trial
Ukrainian white supremacist will serve at least 40 years for killing Muslim pensioner
Discovery of printed 'gun parts' in Manchester raises spectre of criminals making 'untraceable' firearms
How Massive Open Online Courses could save you a fortune on university tuition fees
Prince isn't 'itching' to become king - in fact he worries crown will stop him pursuing passions
Comfortable by-election victory shows SNP is too focused on independence referendum, says Labour
Would you make the grade as a member of the Ukranian feminist group's new British wing?
Care Quality Commission raises concern about a quarter of NHS trusts in England following analysis