The second Apprentice to leave the boardroom: Tim Stillwell

The Apprentice 2013: You're fired, Tim Stillwell! The candidate who couldn't keep his mouth shut in front of Lord Sugar

Fired Apprentice candidate Tim Stillwell revealed the one thing he has learned from being on the show is to know when to keep his mouth shut.

Camra said the figures showed how important it was that Chancellor George Osborne had scrapped the beer duty escalator

'26 pubs a week closing' but hopes rise for future

Pub closures have increased to 26 a week, although campaigners hope the industry's fortunes are set to improve.

Steve Bruce celebrates Hull City’s Premier Legaue return

Final day's triumph and torment: Steve Bruce elated by return but says Hull will spend wisely

Five minutes is all it took for realism to reign at the KC Stadium. Steve Bruce had been talking about one of the strangest days in Championship history with pride and gusto before his attitude changed – and a new focus on the task in hand came to the fore.

Between the Covers 28/04/2013

Your weekly guide to what's really going on in the world of books

The code would contain mandatory rules for all companies owning more than 500 pubs and would aim to stop abuses of the beer tie

Cable in new bid to save vanishing British pubs by clamping down on companies that exploit freelance 'tied' publicans

Code of conduct plan  to help landlords fight harsh terms imposed  by property giants

Zadie Smith's long-awaited fourth novel, NW, is out next month

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Your weekly guide to what's really going on in the world of books

Investment View: Fan of big drinks firms? More power to your elbow...

They may not be the most characterful of brews but they are reliable
Adam Scott celebrates victory at the Masters

The Masters 2013: Greg Norman backs fellow Australian Adam Scott to win more majors

Scott became the first Australian to win the green jacket last night

Surveys of local businesses showed 20 per cent less street drinking around their premises

Street disorder drops after Ipswich bans super-strength alcohol

Police say campaign stopping sale of strong cider and beer is improving safety

Pub debut for Foster's Gold

One of the major success stories of the supermarket lager market will be hitting the chiller cabinets of more than 2,000 pubs across the country.

David Flatman: Lions need a captain who can roar at 40 alpha males

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The latest offering from the Stallhagen brewery is actually almost 200 years old
Phil Brown has taken over

Paul Sturrock 'politely declines' opportunity to lead Southend at Wembley

Manager was fired but offered chance to manage team for the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final

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Manteresting: the Pinterest designed especially for men with pictures of attractive women, log cabins and beer jokes

Does the world really need a place for virtual fist bumps?

Michael Brewer and his former wife Kay Brewer who were convicted of indecently assaulting a former music student

Chetham school choirmaster Michael Brewer jailed for six years for sex abuse of former pupil

Victim, who was also assaulted by Brewer's former wife, killed herself during trial

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Russell Brand's 'true news' videos attract millions of viewers. But today's 'Milibrand' interview introduced his resolutely amateurish style to a whole new crowd
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