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The scene is an early supper at the Arden Hotel, Stratford-upon-Avon. The time is just between the penultimate all-day Saturday performances of Wolf Hall and Bring Up the Bodies , the RSC's adaptations of Hilary Mantel's Man Booker-winning novels; the shows will close here in a week's time before reopening at the Aldwych, in London, in May. The ... (more)
Ofsted's first early years report has prompted a fierce debate about the best place for children to learn.
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Sian Green, 23, had to have her left leg amputated after she was hit by a cab outside Rockefeller Center on August 20, 2013 Green has filed a $27.5 million claims against the city, claiming the driver shouldn't have been driving due to prior violations A New York City cab driver who ran over a British tourist in midtown Manhattan last year - ... (more)
Some day, when Peter Ross is old and grey and his grandchildren take down this book from the shelves, they'll have a lot of questions to ask him.
Richard Burkhart/Savannah Morning News Alice Daily talks about the detail in the lace on the portrait of Mary Cowper Stiles Low, which was painted shortly after her marriage to Savannah's Andrew Low.
An exhibition showcasing the best of England, from the Beatles to Bakewell pudding, will open on St George's Day.
A Stonegate commuter has paid back more than 40,000 to South Eastern trains after allegedly dodging fares to London and only paying a third of the cost.
EXCITEMENT is high over the proposed Malaysia-Singapore high-speed railway . But, first, significant hurdles need to be overcome.
Every July 4th Americans celebrate their independence. Tools are downed, friends and families gather, and across 50 states and my own taxed yet unrepresented district, the skies are painted with an assortment of red flairs imported from China.
Christie's Asian Art sales in London this spring will take place between 13 and 16 May, with a rich offering of dynamic, rare and beautiful works with stellar provenance, many of which are coming to the market for the first time in many decades.
The chief executive of Edinburgh Airport has hit out at state support for other airports, claiming it is "distorting" competition.
In "J'Aime London," published this week by Hardie Grant Books, Alain Ducasse lists restaurants, pubs and cafes to visit in the city that's home to his three-Michelin-star establishment.
Easter doesn't have to mean devouring one egg after another without pause for breath, writes Laura Williams.
Father-of-two Stephen Baker will tackle a four-day cycle ride from London to Paris to raise money for his youngest son Ollie, who needs an operation to help him walk.
Miss Eden, 22, from Abingdon, was kicked out of the contest for tweeting an "implied topless" photo of herself for breast cancer awareness campaign #coppafeel.