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The Conservative MP resigned as Commons deputy speaker after he was charged in September

Cheating on school playing fields witnessed by more than half of children

School playing fields are a hotbed of rule-breaking where more than half of children witness unfair play in every game they play. The most common forms of cheating are faking injuries, elbowing opponents, arguing with the umpire and head butting.

Cheated spouses take it out on the car

Three in five people would take revenge on cheating spouses, with cars the main target of their fury, according to a survey.

Dress Code: Zara Martin, MTV presenter

What are you wearing right now?

A vintage white lace top from one of my raids of Alfie's Antiques Market on Church Street, black leather leggings from Kova & T, Jeffrey Campbell gladiator sandals with gold studs, a vintage navy Chanel bag stolen from my mum, and a massive gold skull ring from Lei Van Kash.

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Devon 'most unfaithful county'

Devon is Britain's "most unfaithful county", a survey of extra-marital affairs claimed today.

Jason Derülo - R&B's new No 1 nice guy

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Katy Guest: No cyber-secret is ever safe

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Highest paid civil barrister before disciplinary panel for fee cheating

One of Britain’s highest paid civil barristers tried to double his publicly-funded Legal Aid fees by claiming for work that he had not done, a hearing was told today.

Shot across the bow as Ellison accuses Cup rival of 'cheating'

America's Cup challenger Larry Ellison has lobbed another incendiary into the simmering row with rival Ernesto Bertarelli by raising the issue of cheating, with the first race due to take place tomorrow.

More cheating – and that's just the teachers

Number of staff members disciplined for 'malpractice' in exams up 30 per cent

6 per cent rise in number of exam cheats

Cheating in GCSE and A-level exams increased last year, with teenagers caught almost 4,500 times, official figures showed today.

Gaming: Are we having fun yet?

You don’t have to pass an IQ test to watch a film or be able to dance to enjoy an album, but videogames can befiendishly difficult. Sowhy do they make us work so hard – and is there an easier way to play? Archie Bland reports

Tiger Woods broke my heart, says 'mistress'

One of Tiger Woods' alleged mistresses said today she was left broken-hearted following the end of their relationship.

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