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Hope floats: Emma left London in a bid to find out more about sailing - and herself

Voyage of (self) discovery: Writer Emma Bamford reveals how she found happiness on the high seas in new book Casting Off

Bamford was a journalist at The Independent when she decided to walk away from it all and sail off into the wide blue yonder. She crewed on various boats and travelled the world, from Borneo to the billionaires' playground of the Amalfi Coast. As the book of her adventures is published, she shares what she learnt at sea

The spy who loved me? Not quite

The life of a Surveillance Group spy is an interesting one - but romance didn't flourish

Christian Devereux killed in Donnington Park Mini crash

Jason Plato, two-time British Touring Car Champion, described Mr Devereux’s death as 'terrible news'

An Afghan policeman attached with US soldiers holds his machine gun during a patrol along the outskirts of Kandahar City

MPs fear Afghanistan civil war after withdrawal

Afghanistan could descend into civil war and corruption and drugs trading could continue to cause problems once coalition forces withdraw from the country in less than two years' time, a report from the Defence Select Committee warned today.

Paul Marinaccio said he felt like a prisoner in his own home. 'I can’t get in my garage because of the frogs. They’re right in front of the damn door,' the road construction company owner said

US man with frog phobia wins $1.6m in damages after run-off water turns home into amphibian-friendly wetland

A man with a phobia of frogs has won $1.6million in damages after run-off water from a neighbouring property turned his home into an amphibian-friendly wetland.

Parents who buy baby formula are being limited to two packs by many retailers amid concerns that supplies will run low in the UK due to a rise in “unofficial exports” to China

Supermarkets decide to limit sales of baby milk to stop bulk buying to feed China market

Action taken to stem bulk-buying of powder formula to send to booming China market

Children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary will restart on Wednesday

Children's heart surgery to restart at Leeds General Infirmary on Wednesday

Children's heart surgery at Leeds General Infirmary will restart on Wednesday, NHS England said today.

Life sentences for two men who tortured and killed businesswoman Lynda Spence

Two men have been jailed for life for taping a woman to a chair for 13 days and torturing and murdering her.

Gaddafi daughter thrown out of Algeria after 'starting fires'

The daughter of Muammar Gaddafi has been granted asylum in Oman after she was thrown out of her safe house in Algeria for repeatedly setting fires and attacking guards in fits of rage over her situation, it emerged last night.

Queen receives £5m pay rise to carry out duties

The Queen has received a £5m pay rise from the taxpayer to carry out her official duties.

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