THE word legacy is now a verb, the government body tasked with re-actioning the English language has announced.
AS the Olympics nears its close, many Britons say the tournament has inspired them to experience more television.
FATHERS are ecstatic at the arrival of soft play centres that they are not allowed into.
SIR Mervyn King is to start reporting on the Chinese economy in a bid to deliver some good news for a change.
THE riots within the Olympic village have entered their second day as authorities struggle to meet European athletes' huge demands for Nutella.
THE victories of British rowers at Eton's rowing centre has convinced the college's largely disaffected pupils that they too can make a success of themselves.
THE New Year’s Honours ceremony will be held in London’s O2 Arena to handle the sheer volume of recipients, Buckingham Palace has confirmed.
IN a bid to ensure international visitors don't outstay their welcome, the Olympics closing ceremony will feature the fighting and vomiting aspects of the UK.