Articles By Julian Kossoff
Barclays CEO Bob Diamond will leave his role with immediate effect, several days since regulators in the US and UK fined Barclays £290m ($450m) over allegations of rigging the London Interbank Offered Rate, or Libor.
After 'week of Libor,' Cameron's dutiful defence of City means he evermore resembles a provincial mayor defending his town's syphilitic brothel.
Ex-husband Russell Brand is dreading release of Katy Perry's concert movie, Part of Me, with hard-to-watch scenes in which he makes her weep.
Poor Jimmy Carr. The media and politicans have got out their pitchforks and torches and are threatening to put his lucrative celebrity comedy career on the chopping block. IBTimes UK offers some humourous advice.
Gerhard Gribkowsky, charged with illegally taking payments from F1 boss Bernie Ecclestone, says accusations against him 'essentially true'.
Spanish court hears disturbing evidence in case of Briton Lianne Smith who confessed to killing her two young children on holiday.
Group D Clash between France and Ukraine in the Donbass Arena in Donetsk suspended after a deluge, restarted alomst an hour after it was first abandoned.
Victims tested for HIV and hepatitis after 14-year-old boy attacked pupils at at Toot Hill secondary School, Bingham, Notts.
As Katy Perry hits London for Capital FM's Summertime Ball at Wembley Stadium, the pop princess is putting the finishing touches to a documentary that will leave her cheeky chappie ex, Russell Brand, looking like a complete cad.
It’s everything he’s been wanting and more. Sultan Kosen has finally stopped growing! At 8 feet, 3 inches (2.51m) tall wouldn’t you want an end to hitting your head on doorframes too?