Are you the font of all knowledge when it comes to typefaces? (Picture: Alamy) You are looking at it now, yet almost certainly haven’t given it a second thought.
Robert Peston has opened up about the loss of his wife, writer Sian Busby (Picture: PA) BBC business editor Robert Peston dealt with his grief by transcribing his late wife’s final novel, he has revealed.
A selection of the best news pictures from around the World over the past 24 hours. The final preparations are made in the Netherlands as Queen Beatrix abdicates the throne for her son Crown Prince Willem Alexander.
Users will no longer have automatic rights over images posted online (Picture: AFP/Getty) Users of social media sites are set to lose control of – and potential revenue from – photographs posted online.
Back to the drawing board: Dave Evans was able to enjoy his masterpiece for just a day (Picture: PA) It’s the nightmare scenario for all jigsaw lovers… even more so when it’s one made out of 40,000 pieces.
Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall have attended a special dinner in honour of Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands.
Police say children are having sex at a young age (Picture: Alamy) Children of ten are regularly having sex, and sending explicit pictures of themselves to classmates when they reach their teens.
Michael Jackson’s brother Randy Jackson and sister Rebbie Jackson arrive at court (Picture: Reuters) Michael Jackson’s ‘musical genius’ was killed by a company’s decision to back Conrad Murray as his doctor, a court has heard.
The driverless van hurtled downhill (Picture: Google Streetview) A mother was crushed to death by a runaway van as she tried to protect three of her children from the impact.
Strained relations: Nick Clegg has hit out at coalition partner David Cameron (Picture: AFP/Getty) Nick Clegg has launched a personal attack on coalition partner David Cameron, saying he had ditched his ‘hug a hoodie’ ethos and shifted to the right.
Transport minister Keith Brown displays the shortlist of names for the new Forth Replacement Crossing (Picture: PA) A shortlist of five names has been chosen from more than 7,600 suggestions put forward for the new Forth Replacement Crossing.
The campaign to ban pesticides thought to be killing bees has succeeded (Picture: AFP/Getty) Green groups are celebrating after the EU told Britain to stop using pesticides which are thought to be killing millions of bees.
Rebel fighters prepare to launch a rocket in Aleppo (Picture: AFP/Getty/File) A Russian passenger plane was targeted with surface-to-air missiles while it flew over Syria, it has been claimed.
The funeral has been held for Hillsborough campaigner Anne Williams, who died earlier this month at the age of 60.
Her books have steamy titles such as Love In The Afternoon, Rose In The Bud and Doctor’s Desire. The vast collection of romantic novels has set millions of hearts aflutter across the planet.
Heavy machinery is being used to dislodge shattered piles of concrete as hope of finding any survivors faded (Picture: AP) Primark has said it will compensate the victims of what has been dubbed Bangladesh’s worst-ever industrial accident.
Best of friends: Former arachnophobe Cassandra Tainsh with Pandora (Picture: Ross Parry) Pampered Pandora is a spider who enjoys the finer things in life.
Fraud or no fraud: Caroline Banana (Picture: PA) A woman who won £95,000 on Deal or No Deal but continued to claim benefits has been ordered to carry out 215 hours of unpaid work.
Two men have been found guilty of raping a boy at a Debenhams store in Manchester (Picture: File) Two men have been convicted of the rape of a 14-year-old boy at a Debenhams store in Manchester.
This is the moment a woman was thrown into the air like a rag doll as her suspected petrol thief accomplice tried to make a getaway.