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

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Rowing: Matthew Pinsent eyes umpire role in women's university boat race

Sir Matthew Pinsent would relish the opportunity to umpire the first ever women's Boat Race to be held on the Championship course between Putney and Mortlake when the event moves from Henley in 2015.

Hospital wards will have to ask for marks out of five

Anyone admitted to hospital will soon be able to see what former patients thought of the care they received on a ward-by-ward basis, the NHS will announce today.

Boat Race passes without incident after Royal Marine Commandos patrol Thames route and police monitor Twitter in attempt to stop 'copycat' protests

Organisers were anxious to avoid a repeat of last year when the race was disrupted by a protester

Oxford comfortably beat Cambridge in 159th Boat Race

Oxford University beat Cambridge by a length and a half to win the 159th BNY Mellon Boat Race.

Oldfield is now protesting against the British Museum’s store of ‘stolen artefacts’

No regrets, says Trenton Oldfield, man who ruined the boat race – but don’t worry, he won’t be back

A year after he made waves, Tom Peck meets the unrepentant Trenton Oldfield

Captain Robert Scott's last letter

Scott of the Antarctic - the last letter: 'Excuse the writing – it's been minus 40'

The full text of the Antarctic explorer's final note to his naval commander is released 101 years after his death

As Kate Middleton knows to her cost, board games cause rows, for royals and ordinary goyim alike

My hosts told me how brilliant the novelist Zoe Heller was at the game. It was calculated to get my competitive juices flowing.

Cambridge undergrad Octavia Sheepshanks... or is she?

The strange case of Octavia Sheepshanks

After one Cambridge student's ruse to escape harsh online criticism backfired, Chloe Hamilton wonders where the line for cruel commentary should be drawn

Shake-up at AstraZeneca sees drugs giant slash 700 UK jobs

Chancellor's constituency is hit as company closes R&D facility in Cheshire
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Pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca to cut 700 UK jobs but invest £330m

Pharmaceuticals giant AstraZeneca is to cut 700 jobs in the UK over the next three years and invest £330 million.

Kate Middleton told soldiers she wants a boy

Duchess puts her foot in it: Kate Middleton tells soldier she wants a boy

Most mothers-to-be avoid revealing which gender they would prefer their baby to be; if they are wrong, there is always the suspicion of disappointment.

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There is such a thing as too clever.

Sandi Toksvig has ruffled feathers by suggesting the Duchess of Cambridge has no opinions and is 'very Jane Austen'

Silence of the Duchess: Sandi Toksvig wants Kate Middleton to speak out more, but imagine the fury it would cause if she did

We know nothing of what goes on in Kate's mind - and shouldn't expect to

Sandi Toksvig ruffles feathers by suggesting Duchess of Cambridge has no opinions and is 'very Jane Austen'

Brace yourself for another wave of moral indignation in defence of “Our Kate” – TV and radio presenter Sandi Toksvig has ruffled feathers by suggesting the Duchess of Cambridge has no opinions and is “very Jane Austen”.

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