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The Daily Mail & General Trust said the sale of the Evening Standard, one of Britain's leading newspapers to a former KGB officer, would save the publication. Russian oligarch Alexander Lebedev, once a lieutenant colonel with the Soviet KGB, is set to purchase controlling interest the Evening Standard,
Heather Mills, ex-wife of British singer Paul McCartney, is furious over a lawsuit filed against her by her former nanny, her friends say. Unidentified friends of Mills, who received a $35.3 million divorce settlement from McCartney in 2008, said the 40-year-old was outraged when she learned of the
Conservatives in Britain's Parliament had a good laugh at Prime Minister Gordon Brown's slip when he said his financial rescue plan had saved the world. The Daily Mail reported Wednesday Brown quickly corrected himself and said the program had merely saved the banking system, but his explanation was
The man Boy George is accused of handcuffing to a bedroom wall is a model and escort the British pop star arranged to photograph, a court was told. Boy George, whose real name is George O'Dowd, is accused of falsely imprisoning Audun Carlsen in his London apartment after the two had a falling out over
A man accused of blogging about the fictional rape and slaying of the pop group Girls Aloud is being prosecuted under Britain's Obscene Publications Act.
By TOM HINDMAN/DAILY MAIL PHOTO Chelle Davis and her son Knash, 2, from Cane Fork, take a stroll at Kanawha State Forest to savor the last bit of summer-like weather. Their dogs, Bonnie and Clyde, splash around in the pond. (c) 2008 Charleston Daily Mail. Provided by ProQuest LLC.
Branson soothed Intriguing to see Sir Richard Branson - so often mocked by the 'Daily Mail' - given a two-page spread to plug his book.
By BOB WOJCIESZAK/DAILY MAIL PHOTO A traveling exhibit on John Henry is on display through Sept. 19 in the lobby of Verizon's headquarters on MacCorkle Avenue.
By Nathalie Thomas THE row over the private sector's involvement in Royal Mail will step up a gear this week when Postcomm presses the Government to reassure investors they won't be responsible for the service's GBP 3.4bn pensions black hole.
Britain's Office of Fair Trading charged four current and former British Airways executives with price fixing Thursday, officials said. The four were charged with fixing fuel surcharges on long-distance passenger flights, The Daily Mail reported Thursday.