Leicester Comedy Festival review: Dave Gorman at De Montfort Hall

A modern take on a comic book phrase? Dave Gorman says not. The world may wish for honesty in uncertain times, and Gorman knows how to tackle honesty and dishonesty, with the examination of the human condition: to lie.

Leicester Comedy Festival review: Harriet Kemsley at the Globe

Abstinence may be on the American education syllabus; however, this is not a school of thought that Harriet Kemsley conforms to.

Pablo Escobar’s secret son: ‘I was relieved when my drug lord father died’

He travelled in armoured cars. Bodyguards followed him wherever he went. And callers to his home included a president. Phillip Witcomb had an extraordinary childhood. But there was a bombshell secret in his past, as Megan Cawley reports.

Sands United – Men together, forever

I remember one of the midwives was perched at the edge of the bed, looking at the monitor with her head in her hands, then looking at me, then looking at Charlotte, then looking back at the monitor. Even though nobody had said anything since I had been there I knew something wasn’t right.

Homeless facing a cold Christmas on the streets of Leicester

Homeless people claim they feel like foreigners in their own country because the government’s austerity policy means they are starving on Leicester’s streets.