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FA Cup final 2011: former Gillingham players and staff recall Stoke Ciy manager Tony Pulis's 1999 nightmare - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
Former Gillingham players and staff recall Stoke Ciy manager Tony Pulis's 1999 nightmare.
The man seen wielding a bloodied knife and ranting into a witness’s video phone after the Woolwich attack on a soldier has been named as Michael Adebolajo.
Video: Woolwich attack video: woman describes trying to calm knifeman - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
Ingrid Loyau-Kennett says she was acting on instinct when she confronted one of the alleged Woolwich attackers while he still had a knife in his hand.
Jeremy Hunt attacked by doctors for 'superficial, misleading' comments - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
Jeremy Hunt, the Health Secretary, has been accused by senior doctors of “childishly superficial and misleading analysis” after he blamed GPs for the pressure on UK accident and emergency departments.
Follow live coverage following a terror attack in Woolwich, London, yesterday, in which a soldier was apparently beheaded by two Islamist terrorists.
Frankie Dettori calls in London Olympics drug-testing expert in race to ride in the Derby - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
Frankie Dettori has enlisted the help of a leading professor from the organisation responsible for drug-testing athletes at the London Olympics as he tries to persuade the British Horseracing Authority to allow him to return to the sport before the
Commanders have advised troops not to wear uniform travelling to and from work or outside bases following the brutal killing of a member of the military close to Woolwich barracks.
Japanese stocks plunged by the most in 13 years on Thursday, as traders rushed to bank profits on worries that the US was poised to scale back its money printing programme and Chinese manufacturing data disappointed.
Video: Eighty-year-old climber 'on top of world' after reaching Everest summit - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
Yuichiro Miura, an 80-year-old Japanese mountaineer, says he is feeling elated after becoming the oldest person in history to reach the top of Mount Everst.
Glencore Xstrata has denied any wrongdoing over an Iranian alumina deal, after a leaked UN report said the transactions could have been a way of skirting international sanctions.
The latest from one of Apple’s top developers shows the app is coming of age as a new art form, says Matt Warman
Carl Froch will face investigation after saying he is prepared to kill Mikkel Kessler - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
The Boxing Board of Control will be investigating what they deem "inappropriate" comments made by the supermiddleweight Carl Froch on Wednesday when the world champion and standard bearer for boxing in the UK said he was prepared "to
A company offering tours of some of New York’s more deprived districts has stopped the itineraries following complaints from residents and local politicians.
Here is the full text of the rant by one of the Islamist terrorists involved in yesterday's brutal murder of a British soldier. The words were delivered calmly as a witness filmed him on their video phone.
Teresa Levonian Cole meets some of the 74 cats that guard the Hermitage Museum's artistic treasures from mice.
Intelligence archives: Britain bribed Spain to stay out of Second World War - Telegraph www.telegraph.co.uk
Britain paid millions of pounds to military and political leaders in Spain to ensure they remained neutral during the Second World War, secret files reveal.
Micro-blogging site Twitter has upgraded security features in a bid to combat the growing number of hacking attacks.