Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson, in a BBC North West Tonight exclusive, believes that “TV is God” and that “when you shake hands with the devil you have to pay the price”.
The outline of a large and ambitious eurozone rescue plan is taking shape, reports from the International Monetary Fund in Washington suggest.
The principal of a school attended by two of the five children killed in a house blaze says teachers and pupils are “absolutely devastated”.
Photographer Arthur Edwards reveals it was a request by Prince William that secured him a top position at Buckingham Palace after William and Kate’s wedding.
Prosecutors in the appeal of two people convicted of killing a British student call for the defendants to have their sentences extended to life terms.
A bid to save a unique English house and garden in France
Omara Bombino, a Niger singer, remembers his beloved desert city
British victims of alleged phone hacking by the News of the World are to launch legal action in the US against parent company News Corporation.