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Lord Edward Somerset admits beating wife Lady Caroline The aristocrat was referred to simply as Edward Somerset during the court hearing A member of an English aristocratic family who beat his wife over 22 years has been warned he could be jailed.
Davenport-Hines relishes the class split in this wonderful and exacting social history of the Fifties and Sixties. Things were being revealed, that hadn't been revealed before, about a certain class of people: the aristocracy and the politicians who
Media playback is unsupported on your device PMQs: Landale on Nick Clegg and Harriet Harman clashes 4 December 2013 Last updated at 14:36 GMT The BBC's deputy editor reviewed PMQs clashes between Nick Clegg and Harriet Harman over fuel bills,
It's the blue-on-blue attacks that really upset David Cameron, when Tory MPs launch a raid against their own government. A particularly annoying example followed this year's Queen's Speech, when 92 mostly Tory MPs tabled a motion that they
I know who I am, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom, moments ago I expect Boris was referring to you Cameron Reply New Comment New Click to rate Jack_Rainbow, Ipswich, United Kingdom, moments ago well, its no good slapping him down, horribly dim cameron
Linda Gow, the former leader of Falkirk council, admits to being disappointed and is said to be stunned that she is not going to be the town's next Labour MP. She was one of the original contenders when the seat became vacant because of Eric Joyce's
Former rodeo rider wins Burghley trials Clifton Promise was tested following his victory at the Burghley International Horse Trials on 8 September.
Media playback is unsupported on your device Prince Harry on Antarctic trek: 'My brother is jealous' 25 November 2013 Last updated at 17:40 GMT Prince Harry has claimed his brother the Duke of Cambridge is "jealous" of his charity trek to the South
UK Independence Party leader Nigel Farage has said he will produce a "fun" alternative broadcast if he is not allowed to take part in the leaders' TV debate at the next election. David Cameron says any debate will involve only people with a "prospect
It says something of Ranulph Fiennes's character that his response to having to pull out of the winter crossing of Antarctica expedition he'd been planning for five years was to go away and write this book. It's this positive, can-do attitude that