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Charge Google, Amazon and Starbucks' Photograph: Gary Calton In an impassioned speech at the British Library this evening, the award-winning author of Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit said: "Libraries cost about a billion a year to run right now.
Police confirm body found is murdered David Guilfoyle David Guilfoyle was last seen leaving the Grey Horse Pub in Accrington Police have confirmed a body found in Lancashire woods is that of murdered David Guilfoyle. Detectives searched woods in
Police have found a body in the hunt for a man whose disappearance seven years ago resulted in his girlfriend's ex-husband being jailed for murder. David Guilfoyle, 37, vanished in May 2005 after striking up a relationship with Debbie Fitzpatrick in
Crosses and poppies in the Field of Remembrance at Westminster abbey, London. Photograph: Alessia Pierdomenico/Reuters Paul Dowswell is an author of historical fiction for children, including the second world war novel Auslander. His latest book,
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The favourites are getting heavy in League Two, presenting us with a weekend when the preferred course of action is to dabble on a couple of speculative long shots in the absence of a single solid wager. Naturally, the caveat is that the league table
When the first champagne corks popped and Jim Troughton, the captain of Warwickshire, let out his roar of joy and triumph as he lifted the County Championship trophy above his head, Keith Barker had all the confirmation he had ever sought that none
Suggested Topics A grandmother has been jailed for four years for kidnapping and drugging her own daughter after she refused to marry the man her family wanted her to. Mother-of-eight Shamim Akhtar, 59, was jailed with her son, Shamrez Khan, and her
Hanya Chlala/BBC Harrison Birtwistle's mythic musical universe might extend back to the Greeks Orpheus has been a consistent refrain in his music but he has also long been connected to the rituals and stories of British folk traditions. From the
In the Eighties, Jim was famous enough to be lampooned on Spitting Image spouting: Super...Great.' It was never his catchphrase, though he did say each word rather a lot. Terry Wogan once calculated 41 utterances of smashing' in a 25-minute show.