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Islam awareness week at Cardiff ISoc

Segregation on campus: Is it discrimination or inclusiveness?

The segregation by gender of Muslim students has been in the news this week, after a pressure group claimed the practice was widespread. Reyhana Patel, herself a Muslim, believes that gender segregation can actually be empowering for her and her sisters

Album: Rod Stewart, Time (Capitol)

A keenly autobiographical Rod writes his first songs in 20 years – and nobody gets kicked in the head.

A quietly English (but high security) funeral with a Russian cast for Boris Berezovsky

At a Surrey cemetery, it was a rather English affair, but with a Russian cast.

Diageo’s outgoing chief executive, Paul Walsh, with some of the company’s products

Paul Walsh calls time on Diageo: Outgoing boss will leave the global drinks giant in high spirits

Ivan Menezes celebrated his success landing the job as boss of the world's biggest drinks company, Diageo, with a glass of Johnnie Walker Blue Label whisky on the flight from London to New York. The promotion of the chief operating officer and company insider didn't scare the horses in the City as the shares barely twitched. But as he sipped the £130 liquor on the plane Mr Menezes might well have pondered the shoes he will have to fill when Paul Walsh, the FTSE 100's third longest-serving boss, departs.

Pennsylvania mother who reappeared 11 years after being declared dead was answering an outstanding arrest warrant

Brenda Heist, from Lititz, Pennsylvania, went missing in 2002 after dropping her children off at school

'Please bury us together': Last requests of mother who 'killed her three children' before leaping to her death revealed in messages on walls

Parents of Fiona Anderson ask children's father to grant her last wishes for family to be buried togeher

A generation who don't care for nature, but it's the parents who are to blame

Young people learned from their elders how to ignore the natural world

She left dinner defrosting, dropped her kids off at school...and vanished: Mother declared dead reappears 11 years after going missing

Brenda Heist, from Lititz, Pennsylvania, went missing in 2002 after dropping her children off at school

Carphone Warehouse finalises breakaway from Best Buy with cut-price deal

Carphone Warehouse delighted the City today by regaining full control of its High Street business from US giant Best Buy, paying less than half of what it received for the stake in 2008.

How life in the cloud is disrupting our most fundamental values

As more of modern life shifts online, away from the old world of bricks and mortar, our writer considers the fundamental change to modes of existence

Last night's viewing - Panorama: Secrets of Britain's Sharia Councils, BBC1; Game of Thrones, Sky Atlantic

There is a good documentary to be made about Britain's Sharia courts and the paradoxes and problems that can arise when two legal systems overlap. Unfortunately, the Panorama film The Secrets of Britain's Sharia Councils wasn't it. Jane Corbin's report turned out to be a muddled affair, fudged and unclear about the difference between a voluntary arbitration system and an institution with legally binding powers.

Editorial: Health and social care must be integrated

The Labour leader, Ed Miliband is stealing a march on the Coalition and daring to broach a problem that is long overdue for a solution

Vicar of Dibley star Dawn French

Vicar of Dibley ties the knot? Dawn French reportedly married in Cornish town

Dawn French has married her partner Mark Bignell in a Cornish seaside town, it was reported today.

Review: The Crane Wife, By Patrick Ness

A spiritual love story takes flight

Five-Minute Memoir: Julia Copus recalls how her father fixed her crumpled Yamaha trumpet

I'm standing at the full-length mirror in my mother and step-father's bedroom practising scales when it happens. The little cup-shaped mouthpiece gripped in my left hand is still warm from my breath.

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