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'Nine Commandments' about how to use Twitter in a holy way have been drawn up by an Anglican diocese.

Danny Cipriani: The former England man kicked 14 points for Sale last night

Sale 19 Bath 13: Danny Cipriani finds the range to halt Bath

Danny Cipriani scored 14 points as Sale Sharks secured their third Aviva Premiership victory of the season with a close-fought triumph over Bath last night.

Matt Banahan attempts to break through the London Irish defence

Bath 33 London Irish 18 match report: George Ford motors as Bath sink battling Irish before the half-time whistle

Young fly-half puts his hand up for England after leading first-half demolition of Irish

Karl Clay has been sentenced to life in prison

Karl Clay - Coventry sex offender who doused victims in petrol - sentenced to life in prison

The 39-year-old had already been found guilty of 13 charges spanning 20 years

Glastonbury Festival founder, Michael Eavis, launches fund to save Somerset Levels

The Glastonbury Festival founder Michael Eavis launched a fighting fund today to save the Somerset Levels from flooding.

TIGER FEAT: Logovi’i Mulipola of Leicester makes a clean midfield break against Bath

Bath 27 Leicester 20: Weakened Leicester are undone by old-boy George Ford

Stand-off who helped Tigers win Premiership final kicks 17 points as his new Bath side hang on

Former Leicester Tiger's fly-half George Ford kicked Bath to victory against the Premiership champions

Bath 27 Leicester Tigers 20 match report: George Ford returns to haunt injury-plagued champions

But Tigers depart the West Country with a crucial bonus point and will be happy with the afternoon's work

Bath’s Gavin Henson, who was booed by the home fans, sprints away from Adam Powell

Newcastle 0 Bath 21: Falcons fail to master the wind on Richards’ return

Newcastle’s return to the Premiership was dealt an early blow as they failed to score a point on a dismal night under the lights at Kingston Park.

Dressing table: The best shower gels

Whether you need some invigoration first thing, or a way to help wash away the stresses of the day, there's no reason a shower has to be any less luxurious than a bath. A good glug of nourishing shower oil means you can skip the moisturiser and be out the door in no time...

Death of girl crushed by wall ‘accidental’

A four-year-old from Somerset was killed when a shed her father was dismantling collapsed and fell on her, an inquest has heard.

Audio: Marika Hackman

Watch the videos below to take in tracks by Marika Hackman from her debut EP ‘That Iron Taste’.

Tom Ford: the designer will launch cosmetics for men

Manscara or guyliner anyone? Tom Ford to launch a range of slap for chaps

Manscara and guyliner are usually the reserve of teens enjoying their experimental emo phase, not the seriously wealthy suited and booted customers of Tom Ford. But that’s all set to change when the designer launches cosmetics for men alongside the modern metrosexual grooming staples of cleanser, moisturiser and eye “treatment”.

Pistorius is due to appear in court for a hearing next week in Pretoria

'Distressing' leaked pictures show blood in bathroom where Oscar Pistorius shot his lover Reeva Steenkamp on Valentine's Day

Defence lawyers have described their appearance in the public domain as “distressing”

A tiger like the one Ms Krehbiel encountered in a bathroom in Salina

Woman encounters tiger in bathroom

It's one of the most memorable scenes in Hollywood comedy The Hangover, but for one Kansas woman, it became a reality.

Gavin Henson is keen on Bath switch

Bath have confirmed they are in talks with Wales international Gavin Henson over a possible move to the Rec.

Peter Stringer (left) and Jérôme Fillol clash before the spitting incident

IRB call for 'spitting' Frenchman to feel force of law

Peter Stringer was “disgusted” at apparently being spat at by his French opposite number Jérôme Fillol as Bath became the last English side to crash out of the Amlin Challenge Cup.

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