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Let’s all go back, wayyyy back. Back to a time when you lined up late at night to get into a dark, dingy warehouse. Back to a time when the dancefloor is crowded with smoke, people and sweat,...
Hooch, the alcoholic lemonade drink that launched the fashion for alcopops in the mid-1990s, is back on sale after a nine-year absence.
George Osborne was urged to tone down his attacks on Labour’s Ed Balls today as the Tory MP in charge of the Barclays rate-rigging inquiry appealed for a “cooling off” period.
A father of three has been found guilty of having sex with his ex-wife's bull mastiff dog.
Horologists around the world on Saturday will carry out one of the strangest operations of their profession: they will hold back time.
Social networking site Twitter is looking to introduce measures to prevent "hate speech" and abuse, chief executive Dick Costolo says.
George Osborne, the shadow chancellor, is facing demands to “pay back” £55,000 in capital gains tax, which critics say he is morally obliged to pay after “flipping” his designated second property.
Emma Watson, the actress, has been criticsed by vets after she was spotted walking a puppy which had been dyed bubblegum pink.
The Archbishop of Canterbury has dismissed David Cameron's Big Society as a ploy to conceal a "deeply damaging withdrawal of the state from its responsibilities to the most vulnerable".
Former Prime Minister Tony Blair suggests the UK could still join the euro - once the currency's "existential crisis" is solved.
Staff at Essex County Council have spent more than £5million on takeaways, cosmetics, nightclubs and lingerie, and even £1,400 for a stay at the Dorchester hotel in London (pictured).
The Government will today pledge to donate more than £1 billion to help family planning services in the developing world.
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A London councillor today reignited the debate about the way that British citizenship is awarded by claiming that too many applicants who cannot speak English properly are qualifying.
The widow of murdered headmaster Philip Lawrence has offered to meet with rap artist Dappy to explain why his call to free killer Leorco Chindamo "sends out entirely the wrong message".
Two Muslim converts have been arrested in East London on suspicion of plotting an attack against the London 2012 Olympic Games canoeing venue.
Two of the world's top human beings, Sarah Jessica Parker and Victoria Beckham, found themselves at the crux of an Internet rumor Thursday.
Commuting by cable car came to the UK today as a River Thames crossing with a difference was set to open to the public.
The scandal of how absent Sinn Fein MPs have milked the Parliamentary second-home expenses system for nearly £500,000 can be revealed.
The judge leading the probe into media standards today said he had no “hidden agenda” against the press.
Child abuse in London linked to African witchcraft is “getting worse”, an expert warned as he revealed shocking details of a case involving the alleged torture of a 12-year-old girl.
Cherie Blair has taken advantage of a medieval rule giving her the right to herd livestock across London Bridge.
It is the highlight of the summer social calendar and nothing - not even the prospect of the predicted 2pm thunderstorm - could dampen the spirits of racegoers on Ascot's Ladies Day.