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Metro: Last Light sold more units in one week worldwide than its predecessor did in three months

Last we checked, Metro: Last Light topped the UK charts, but it was a hollow victory as its UK retail sales didn't even match those of its much less …

What is the point of Xbox One DRM?

Did you know that the new Xbox One operating system is so in love with multi-tasking that it will allow you to glue a pair of apps together on the …

Just a quarter of Britons back Hague on arming rebels in Syria

Less than a quarter of the public believes that the government should arm the rebels in Syria, according to a poll in the wake of Britain's support …

Jose Mourinho will be huge success at Chelsea again, says Ricardo Carvalho

Real Madrid defender Ricardo Carvalho has become the latest person to suggest Jose Mourinho is on the brink of a Chelsea return, and insists he will …

Prostitution in Britain is in deep recession. In part, this reflects the sluggish economy. Overall consumer spending at the end of 2012 was almost 4% lower than its 2007 peak. Like other businesses, massage parlours and private flats are also suffering from rising rents and energy costs. But on the streets, where prices are lowest and life is harshest, things are more desperate http://econ.st/11aOfYR

Richard Herring: What we should learn from the racists

I’ve always thought being racist was one of the worst things you could be. To hate someone because their skin, accent or foreskin is different to …

‘Too handsome man’ to reveal truth about Saudi Arabia ‘deportation’ in new film

A man who was reportedly removed from Saudi Arabia because he was too attractive has said he is going to reveal the truth about what happened in an …

People who like whips and chains in the bedroom are ‘healthier than those that don’t’

If you like using whips and chains in the bedroom, you may be healthier than those who do not, a new survey suggests.<p>People taking part in bondage, …

Drone strikes and other unsavoury things

THE author of "Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield" argues that the emerging American reliance on covert, extra-judicial killings is less …

Identity parade

IN 1924, speaking on St George’s Day, the then prime minister, Stanley Baldwin, gave thanks that for once he could refer to England “without some …

Police arrest 58 ‘anti-fascist’ supporters at BNP Westminster march

Police have arrested 58 ‘anti-fascist’ campaigners after hundreds descended on a British National Party march near the Houses of Parliament.<p>Protest …

Dan Aykroyd murder hunt called off by Calgary police after ‘misunderstanding’

Calgary police were forced to backtrack after briefly considering a manhunt for film star Dan Aykroyd as they conducted a murder investigation that …

Global warning: the rise of 'cli-fi' Unlike most science fiction, novels about climate change focus on an immediate and intense threat rather than discovery http://bit.ly/18DvjnC Photograph: Mario Tama/Getty Images

The internet will make English misspellings acceptable, according to one of the country’s most senior linguists, who predicts that in 50 years’ time many common words will be spelt without “irritating” silent letters. David Crystal, currently professor of linguistics at Bangor University, told the Telegraph Hay Festival that it would be “inevitable” that people would drop the ‘p’ from receipt, and change the ‘c’ from necessary into a ‘s’, as well as “simplifying” other words. How do you feel about that? A sensible development? A linguistic abomination? Full story here: http://soa.li/2rg6pKG

New Oklahoma tornadoes 'kill nine'

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/world/983000/983039_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524698690_7580ed8e6ca06fb570cf796db65caf15<p><b>A new series of tornadoes has swept through the US state of Oklahoma, killing at least nine people, including two children, officials say.</b><p>The tornadoes …