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

Savile probe police arrest pensioner

A pensioner arrested as part of the Jimmy Savile sex abuse investigation has been released on bail.

Alisa Dmitrijeva was last seen alive in King’s Lynn at the end of August

Body found on Queen's estate is missing 17-year-old

A young woman found murdered on the Queen's Sandringham estate had been missing for four months.

Man killed in helicopter crash

A man has died after the helicopter he was flying in crashed into a field.

Edmund de Waal's 'Signs and Wonders' installation in the dome of the V&A

Ceramic art: a potted history

A master potter who famously started potting aged five, took adult education pottery classes from the age of 12, and who five years later became apprenticed to Geoffrey Whiting, disciple of the famous studio potter Bernard Leach (on whom the apprentice would later write a biography), Edmund de Waal, 47, is in his south London studio to discuss with me his latest work, The Pot Book.

Duke of Edinburgh joins Royals at church

The Duke of Edinburgh today joined the rest of the royal family for the New Year's Day church service.

Teenage girl made 750 hoax emergency calls

A teenager who made more than 750 hoax 999 calls in just two days over Christmas has been warned she faces jail.

Duke detained for further monitoring

Doctors have refused to release the Duke of Edinburgh from hospital, forcing him to spend a fourth night away from the Royal Family – and his beloved Boxing Day shoot – following emergency heart surgery.

The Queen leaves the Christmas service at Sandringham

If Prince Philip can't come to us on Christmas Day ...

The Royal Family interrupted their traditional Christmas Day schedule yesterday to visit the Duke of Edinburgh in hospital as he recovered from emergency heart surgery.

Four jailed for hammer murder

A father and the two sons he recruited for a "mission to murder" a business associate, found dying in the back of a van, were jailed for life today.

Video: Royals go cowboy in Calgary

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge embraced the Wild West spirit during a visit to Calgary's Stampede Festival.

Video: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visit fire ravaged town

The Duke and Duchess have made an unscheduled stop on their Canadian tour to Slave Lake, a town recently hit by wildfires.

Video: Duke and Duchess of Cambridge's US visit

Prince William and his new wife Kate will visit California in July after their tour of Canada, St James's Palace have announced.

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Residents undercut council to restore park

A vandalised nature reserve has reopened after local residents rejected a £300,000 council scheme and did the repair work themselves for a tenth of the price.

Lib Dems gain seat from Tories

Liberal Democrats celebrated a gain in the latest council by-elections from Tories who, however, defended two other marginal seats and control of South Cambridgeshire District.

Williams seeks Credit relief after the freeze

Few trainers have found this winter quite as vexing as Venetia Williams. The freeze set in just as her stable seemed to be achieving a better rhythm, and Walk Tall's success at Taunton last Thursday was its first in over a month. Yesterday, however, she won the bumper at her local track, Hereford, and today she hopes Credit Swap, last seen winning the Cambridgeshire, can keep up her renewed momentum when making his hurdling debut in the opener at Leicester.

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Kate Bush shows a voice untroubled by time

A preamble, then a coup de théâtre - and suddenly the long wait felt worth it
Robot sheepdog technology could be used to save people from burning buildings

The science of herding is cracked

Mathematical model would allow robots to be programmed to control crowds and save people from burning buildings
Tyrant: Is the world ready for a Middle Eastern 'Dallas'?

This tyrant doesn’t rule

It’s billed as a Middle Eastern ‘Dallas’, so why does Fox’s new drama have a white British star?
Rachael Lander interview: From strung out to playing strings

From strung out to playing strings

Award-winning cellist Rachael Lander’s career was almost destroyed by the alcohol she drank to fight stage fright. Now she’s playing with Elbow and Ellie Goulding
The science of saturated fat: A big fat surprise about nutrition?

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The science linking saturated fats to heart disease and other health issues has never been sound. Nina Teicholz looks at how governments started advising incorrectly on diets
Emmys 2014 review: Can they genuinely compete with the Oscars

Can they genuinely compete with the Oscars?

The recent Emmy Awards are certainly glamorous, but they can't beat their movie cousins
On the road to nowhere: A Routemaster trip to remember

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Hotel India: Mumbai's Taj Mahal Palace leaves its darker days behind

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Whether it’s their first day at school, uni or a new project, treat the student in your life to some smart stationery
Arsenal vs Besiktas Champions League qualifier: Gunners know battle with Turks is a season-defining fixture

Arsenal know battle with Besiktas is a season-defining fixture

Arsene Wenger admits his below-strength side will have to improve on last week’s show to pass tough test
Pete Jenson: Athletic Bilbao’s locals-only transfer policy shows success does not need to be bought

Pete Jenson: A Different League

Athletic Bilbao’s locals-only transfer policy shows success does not need to be bought
This guitar riff has been voted greatest of all time

The Greatest Guitar Riff of all time

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Britain’s superstar ballerina

Britain’s superstar ballerina

Alicia Markova danced... every night of the week and twice on Saturdays
Berlin's Furrie invasion

Berlin's Furrie invasion

2000 fans attended Eurofeurence
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