Iraq war hero: BBC's First World War 'woe and horror' stories have overshadowed Britain's great victory

Britain has allowed grief over the horrors of the First World War to overshadow the fact it was a great military victory, according to a celebrated Iraq War commander. Colonel Tim Collins, famous for his stirring eve of battle speech before the 2003 ...

Corbyn's 'patriotism' questioned amid mounting pressure to release files on meetings with Communist spy

Jeremy Corbyn is under mounting pressure to authorise the release of Cold War files kept on him by the Stasi after Theresa May said he must be “open and transparent” about his links to former Communist spies. Government ministers alluded to the Kim ...

FA poised for investigation after Sergio Aguero clashes with invading fan after Manchester City's Cup exit at Wigan

The Football Association is expected to launch an investigation after a fan appeared to confront Sergio Aguero, who then reacted angrily, following a pitch invasion at the end of Wigan Athletic’s FA Cup win over Manchester City. City will speak to Wigan ...

Exclusive James Haskell interview: 'It would have been easier if I was less like Marmite, but rugby needs characters like me'

An hour in James Haskell’s company is enough to cover a million topics, and to find he has an opinion on all of them. From social media being the death of society, to how attention deficit hyperactive disorder has actually helped his productivity and ...

Theresa May warned against cutting cost of arts degrees over fears disadvantaged students could ditch STEM subjects

Theresa May has been warned not to cut the cost of arts degrees because doing so could lead to fewer people taking more expensive science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) courses. The Prime Minister has launched a major review of higher ...