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

Chalk Talk: Oxford and Cambridge aren't top of every league table

Interesting to look at the employment records of our leading universities, as published by the Higher Education statistics Agency last week. It's not the usual suspects that are in the top spots for getting their graduates into a job or further study. However, it may not be that surprising that some of the specialist higher education institutions do best.

Cambridge University's Trinity College

A trinity for Trinity College as it again tops university league table for undergraduate degree results

It also achieved the highest proportion of first degree passes ever achieved at 41.8 per cent

Suzy Menkes is auctioning eighty pieces

Suzy Menkes: Any colour, as long as it's not black

One of fashion's most celebrated commentators is selling off the contents of her wardrobe. She tells Alexander Fury why she's handing a lifetime of labels to an auction house

If you want to be employed after uni, study music...

2012's recession-busting graduating class at the Royal Academy of Music were all employed or in further study within six months of finishing their degree

Dentists' charges for check-ups are soaring

The price of a check-up at the dentists can vary by as much as 200 per cent depending on where you live in the country.

The penis-shaped bucking bronco from this year's Wyverns garden party

Banned Cambridge jelly wrestlers replaced with giant bucking penis

Following a petition that attracted more than 1,000 signatures, the Wyverns drinking society agreed to cancel their 'traditional' annual jelly wrestling contest. Its replacement, according to some, isn't much better...

The headteacher at The Leys school in Cambridge, is considering asking a porn star to speak at the school

Cambridge headteacher considers inviting porn star to teach students about sex and relationships

Mark Slater says he's worried about the impact the industry is having on children

Hunt is on in Gujarat for a distant cousin who shares Prince William’s Indian blood

Tests have established a direct link between the Duke of Cambridge and a woman believed to have been at least half Indian

John Oliver

John Oliver: The Brit going from sidekick to superstar on 'The Daily Show'

The stand-up comic from Birmingham is to step into Jon Stewart's shoes

You have until Monday lunchtime to snap up online gifts from Body Shop at half-price

Cambridge teenager told she needed Chinese language for part-time job at The Body Shop

A teenager applying for a Saturday job at The Body Shop was told she needed to speak Chinese to get the position.

Tom Sharpe arrived in Dorset shortly after the publication of Wilt, settling in a house on the edge of Bridport

In brief: Tom Sharpe

Tom Sharpe (obituary, 7 June) arrived in Dorset shortly after the publication of Wilt, settling in a house on the edge of Bridport.

The novelist Tom Sharpe, who was known for his satirical farces

Porterhouse Blue novelist Tom Sharpe dies

Satirical novelist Tom Sharpe, best known for Porterhouse Blue, Blott On The Landscape and the Wilt series, has died aged 85.

This unique Bronze Age dugout canoe from Must Farm, Cambridgeshire is decorated with a criss-cross design - the only such example known in Britain

Dug out canoes found in record haul in Cambridgeshire were Bronze Age Britons' 'run-abouts' of choice, say archaeologists

Ancient Britons made hundreds of thousands of dugout canoes, archaeologists now believe.

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One of the alleged attackers speaks to a camera while the other talks to Cub Scout leader Ingrid Loyau-Kennett

Woolwich attack: We have a duty to report these images, but editors face difficult ethical questions

Reporting on this sadistic murder allows us to see - and see through - its perpetrators

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