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

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge show their new-born baby boy, Prince George of Cambridge

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Witnesses reported seeing him enter the water on Tuesday evening

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Cambridge is in fifth and Oxford tenth - but the field is dominated by prestigious American colleges

Honours nearly even for the two Volvo 70s in their Rolex Fastnet Race head to head as Abu Dhabi skipper Ian Walker (GBR left), first home, greets Sam Davies (GBR right) ahead on handicap in the Swedish Team SCA. Pictured centre, left to right, are Sarah Lihann (USA), Annemieke Bes (NED), Sophie Ciszek (AUS) and Annie Lush (GBR)

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In miserable rain there were celebrations developing in Plymouth as places were settled in the 45th Rolex Fastnet Race, the biennial battle on the briny around a desolate rock off the south-west corner of Ireland.

Richard Garner: Time for university applications AFTER the A-level results

You could argue that the fact 14,000 high flying A-level students have been turned down by Oxford and Cambridge is, in some ways, a good news story.

The admissions figures come as Oxbridge snubs the opportunity to have more places available to would-be students through the clearing system

No room for high-flyers: Over 14,000 top pupils to be left disappointed as Oxbridge applications increase

Figures come as Oxbridge snubs opportunity to have more places available to would-be students through the clearing system

Expatriates play polo on Segway Human Transporters before a charity polo match at Dubai Polo Club

Segway polo? It’s cheaper than a horse and tailored leather boots...

Derided as a “pogo-stick on wheels” and banned from British roads and pavements, the Segway has long struggled to be taken seriously.

Royal Baby: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge register birth of Prince George

As one in three UK children are born into poverty, one child will never know that reality thanks to his father's occupation as "Prince of the United Kingdom".

Royal baby: Birth of Prince George has Domino effect on pizza sales

Kate and William are said to have scoffed Zizzi pizzas after the birth of Prince George but the rest of the country gobbled Domino’s.

Yorkshire celebrates after announcement of the Grand Depart of the Tour de France 2014

Tour De France 2014: Government pledge £10m towards Grand Depart in Yorkshire

The first three stages of next year's race will be held in the UK

Jim Armitage: Visa system is a brake on our world-beaters

Outlook: The microchip designer Arm Holdings is such a fabulous success story one almost has to pinch oneself to believe it is British. Yesterday it reported that more than 2 billion iPhones, iPads, smart TVs and other devices containing its chips had been shipped around the world in the past three months alone. At a time when few companies are reporting serious revenue growth (see Glaxo's 2 per cent above), Arm's were up 24 per cent in the quarter at $264m (£172m).

Mackay with his wife Dorothy Reynolds in rehearsals for ‘Wildest Dreams’ in 1960

Angus Mackay: Much-loved character actor

Despite his Scottish name Angus Mackay was a most English performer. Usually bespectacled and always fastidious, he was forever popping up on television playing repressed and officious factotums, effete Etonians or kindly clergymen. Some of those little roles linger long in the memory, such as the amorous waterbed salesman in Steptoe and Son (1974). But Mackay's passion was the stage, where, in a 50-year career, he brought a piquant precision to everything from Stoppard to Shaw.

Members of the public punt along the river Cam in front of the colleges of Cambridge University

River rage and a hit-and-run punting incident

The world of punting sounds sedate but a recent hit-and-run has revealed dark currents beneath the surface

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Cambridge students need to 'serve city' to reconnect

Students at Cambridge University have become so detached from the city that they should be sent on compulsory “city service” to help them to reconnect, a councillor has said.

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