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Criminal barriester had said Tab newspaper could be accused of encouraging harassment
Second in line to the throne will be studying agricultural management
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
Quinn Coan, from LA, was attacked by a group of men laughing at his university gown
A spider's web of intrigue and violence is woven in this fiction
The owner of "Rear of the Year" trademark hits out at "The Cambridge Tab"
A pensioner was walking her dog in a leafy Cambridge suburb when she came up with a memorable and slightly disgusting way of dealing with the scourge of cyclists who had been winding her up for some time.
It is understood there were no visible signs of injury
Multiple arrests in joint police operation involving 26 forces
Deanie Vallone was catapulted from a small American college into studies at Cambridge. It was a culture shock alright - but a positive one
Hundreds if not thousands stripped of their flesh and chopped up, say archaeologists
The Duke and Duchess are attending a sporting event on Anglesey in Kate’s first public appearance since giving birth
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.
Figures come as Oxbridge snubs opportunity to have more places available to would-be students through the clearing system
Derided as a “pogo-stick on wheels” and banned from British roads and pavements, the Segway has long struggled to be taken seriously.
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".