A Chelsea fan who received a banning order for racially abusing a man on the Paris Metro has been offered his old job back.
David Cameron has pledged to tackle radical extremism amongst young Muslims by telling them that a place at a top UK university would only cost them £53,000 each.
ITV has apologised for atrocities it committed in the 1970s, including Love Thy Neighbour and On The Buses.
In a bid to save the second test against Australia, England has upped-stumps and moved the match to St Andrews Golf Course.
Archaeologists working on a site just outside Athens have discovered what they believe is a hitherto unknown chapter of Plato’s seminal work ‘The Republic’, a guide to the structure and governance of an ideal state. The discovery has sent shockwaves through the philosophical community, particularly in its description of a concept Plato calls ‘tax’.