News Grammar campaigners in Cambridge have been adding apostrophes to street signs after Cambridge City Council stopped using them.

The Good Grammar leader warned that now apostrophes are gone, commas could be next

Sir Bob Geldof backs Russell Brand’s call for political revolution

The musician echoed the comedian’s sentiments, warning that the current democratic system “may not be viable for much longer”

Cambridge students take to Facebook to discuss 'serious flaws’ in university welfare system

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The man behind the all-important shift of David Cameron’s parting from the left to the right was awarded an MBE the New Year's Honours.

David Cameron's number one priority for 2014: 'Keeping the bald spot under control'

Mr Cameron was speaking at the first Westminster Correspondents' Dinner for 40 years when he made the tongue-in-cheek comment

China is cloning pigs on 'an industrial scale'

Beijing Genomics Institute is producing 500 cloned pigs per year

Prince William will study agricultural management at college

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Prince William “should not be discriminated against” for his blue-blooded background while studying for his Cambridge course, according to a professor.

Prince William will study agricultural management at college

Helicopters to ploughshares: Prince William returns to student life

Prince will study agricultural management at Cambridge for 10 weeks

Prince William will study agricultural management at college

Prince William must mix with 'ordinary students' at Cambridge, insists Mary Beard

William set to spend 10 weeks at Cambridge studying agricultural management

Prince William will be studying a 10-week £10,000 'bespoke' agriculture course at Cambridge University’s School of Technology

Appeal to get Cambridge students to take pictures of Prince William at university is a celebration not an attack, says tabloid's editor

Criminal barriester had said Tab newspaper could be accused of encouraging harassment

Prince William recently established United for Wildlife, an alliance of seven leading conservation bodies, to try to end poaching

Prince William to return to college

Second in line to the throne will be studying agricultural management

Oxford scrum-half Sam Egerton walks off the Twickenham pitch after becoming the first person to be sent off in the Cambridge v Oxford varsity match

Varsity match winner Sam Egerton becomes the first person to be sent-off after he is deemed to have eye gouged an opponent during Oxford University's victory over Cambridge University

Egerton scored the match-winning try last season and was on the scoresheet again this year before making history in becoming the first player in 132 years to receive a red card

American student 'attacked in Cambridge by thugs who thought he looked like Harry Potter'

Quinn Coan, from LA, was attacked by a group of men laughing at his university gown

John Lewis finds its Faith after social media appeal for five-year-old bauble breaker

Little girl had written a letter with £2 attached saying ‘I’m sorry I broke a Christmas bauble on Saturday’

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President Barack Obama's uncle allowed to stay in the US

Asked about his family, Onyango Obama told the court: 'I do have a nephew. Barack Obama. He's the president of the United States'

'Oxbridge doesn't have enough black students,' says American civil rights legend Jesse Jackson

21 Oxbridge colleges failed to admit even one black student in the last year

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