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

Royal wedding protesters lose arrest claim

A group of anti-monarchy protesters who were arrested before the royal wedding lost their High Court claim yesterday.

Drivers could be made to pay for use of existing roads

Drivers may have to pay to use a 20-mile section of an existing road for the first time under plans announced yesterday by the Government.

The Green Road into the Trees: An Exploration of England, By Hugh Thomson

Cross-country adventures of the wanderer and the escapee

Rosie Millard: Real men love housework

So, given the choice, men prefer doing most of the housework. Who knew? According to researchers from Cambridge, using a survey of 30,000 households, chaps find that home life is a lot smoother if they do the cooking, washing, cleaning and shopping. Rather than letting their grumbling other halves do it.

Hunt for winner of £63.8m EuroMillions prize continues

Lottery organisers took to the streets today as they stepped up the hunt for a mystery millionaire.

Saracen a Goode pick for England

England need some ideas from somewhere: if they are found wanting in the brain department at the Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium tomorrow, as they were during the third quarter of the opening Test in Durban and the first half-hour of last weekend's match in Johannesburg, they will end the series with the Springboks with plenty of nothing. To that end, the head coach, Stuart Lancaster, has turned to the Saracens full-back Alex Goode.

Robbie Grabarz is in form after setting a personal best last week

Robbie Grabarz: London gold the aim of his naked ambition

New attitude sees high jumper leap to second in the world — via a spot of nude modelling

126m up for grabs in EuroMillions draw

The second largest EuroMillions jackpot - £126 million - is up for grabs tonight.

Dairy Crest's first loss as deliveries drop

The drop in demand for home milk deliveries and supermarket competition has caused Dairy Crest to post its first annual loss as a public company, after a £81.7m writedown.

Littlehey jail mutiny pair given longer sentences

Two convicted criminals who attacked prison officers and held a mutiny inside their jail have been handed longer sentences.

Missing Scotland wreck diver's body found

The body of a diver who went missing while exploring a wreck has been recovered.

Margareta Pagano: The Cambridge phenomenon must be harnessed to inspire nation

Midweek View: The difference here is that there is an ecosystem in which ideas get put into practice. Everyone learns from each other

Two charged over Fitzwilliam Museum art theft

Two men have been charged over the theft of a hoard of Chinese art from a Cambridge museum.

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