Prince Harry arrives in Belize on Friday for the start of his Diamond Jubilee tour in honour of the Queen. Harry's seven
Queen rocker Brian May is adamant late legend Freddie Mercury would give singer Adam Lambert the "seal of approval" as the
The Church of England alone enjoys world-class privileges which are the very antithesis of inclusivity. Above all, it continues to enjoy representation in our legislature through its nomination of 26 bishops in the House of Lords. It is the only religious body in a western democracy to have such power. The bishops who sit in Parliament have real power, and exercise it.
James Whitaker, veteran royal reporter and Fleet Street stalwart, has died at the age of 71 after a battle with cancer. Whitaker
Britain's economic recovery will be gradual and the extra bank holiday for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee could create a "zig
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh will today celebrate the 200th anniversary of the year Charles Dickens was born, joining
Before I start, I want to say now that I am not a fan of the monarchy and never will be. I have never understood how a true
The Queen's public persona seems aptly suited to her role as head of state - patient, inquiring, diligent and relaxed. Over
Adam Lambert has confirmed he is set to join Queen as the band's new frontman for a tour this summer. The star was joined
The Cake Store has turned its cake making genius to producing a sculpture of Her Majesty to kick start the Diamond Jubilee
It is Europe that represents Britain's present and future but Europe has a long way to go to ensure that European citizenship represents and is inclusive of the racial diversity that is wholly part of Britishness.
Eve Arnold, the American photographer famous for her portraits of Marilyn Monroe, has died aged 99. She was due to turn 100
The queen cantered into the new year atop a dark brown horse, looking sprightly in the January sunshine. The 85-year-old
Bryan Ferry has been made a CBE by the Queen for a life in music spanning almost 40 years and described the honour as "humbling
In memory of the 20th anniversary of Freddie's death the Trust has launched a unique initiative 'The Mercury Phoenix Trust Global Charity Network'. The Global Charity Network will enable those AIDS charities that the Trust already helps and new charities that will join the network to make use of Freddie's name and likeness by licensing to them an online package consisting of photos, posters, and other imagery.
Today marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Freddie Mercury. The 45-year-old singer, born in Zanzibar as Farrokh Bulsara
Queen have overtaken The Beatles to become the official UK album chart leaders. They have sold more than 300 million albums worldwide. We Are the Champions remains their most played song of all time, familiar to sports fans everywhere. They are bigger today than they were during Freddie's lifetime. No fat lady on the horizon. Not any time soon.
We've also seen the pictures of Hayrünnisa Gül, Turkey's first lady, meeting the Queen - and we've all noticed the shoes
Queen must be used to collecting awards by now, after 40 years performing together as a rock band. But Brian May and Roger
A traditional Aussie barbie has seen the Duke of Edinburgh showing off his culinary skills. Philip could not resist entering