The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
BBC’s darkest hour, whitewash stains Blair
Civilisation as the British know it is coming to an end, with the BBC facing the gravest crisis in its history and its director general, Greg Dyke, resigning today, only hours after the departure last night of its chairman, Gavyn Davies. ...  | Read.. 
Scientists create new form of matter
Scientists said yesterday they had created a new form of matter and predicted it could help lead to the next generation of superconductors for use in electricity generation, ...  | Read.. 
Iran urged to put off unfair polls
Iranian state governors, who play a key role in organising elections, called on the government to postpone next month’s parliamentary election, arguing the mass disqualificat ...  | Read.. 
Finally, a book written entirely in SMS jargon
A new book claiming to be the first written entirely in the abbreviated slang used in mobile phone text messages has come out in France with an anti-smoking story aimed at te ...  | Read.. 
Greg Dyke, who quit as BBC director general, is surrounded by supporting employees at the Television Centre headquarters in White City, London. (Reuters)
Suicide blast rips bus apart near Sharon’s residence
A suicide bomber blew up an Israeli bus in Jerusalem today, killing 10 people in the deadliest such..  | Read.. 
Some questions that Hutton left unanswered
Huge areas of controversy that went to the heart of the government’s motivation in its dealings wit..  | Read.. 
China denies flu cover-up
China, accused of deceiving the world over Sars, denied tod ...  | Read..