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Moore is no ordinary gentleman

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This lifestyle is more dangerous than I thought...

The Deep Blue Sea, Festival Theatre, Chichester<br/>Rattigan's Nijinsky, Festival Theatre, Chichester<br/>This Happy Breed, Theatre Royal, Bath

Rattigan takes the lid off a fragile marriage and dabbles with the Ballets Russes, but it's No&#235;l Coward who scores a hit

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From a leisurely stroll to a cosy country pub to a hard day's hike up hill and down dale, Lucy Gillmore gives her top rambling recommendations

Vilified by the red-tops, Joanna Yeates' landlord wins six-figure payout

Chris Jefferies wins damages from eight newspapers &ndash; while Sun and Mirror convicted for contempt of court over murder coverage

Zuckerberg's sister takes aim at internet bullies

Facebook's marketing director and sister of founder Mark Zuckerberg has called for an end to online anonymity to help stop cyber-bullying.

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The 68 per cent of subscribers to the British Medical Journal who say they are against making it compulsory for cyclists to wear a helmet are providing a welcome contribution to the debate about cycle safety.

Pearl, By Jane Draycott

Part of the same 14th-century manuscript as Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, also written in its dialect, Pearl is an intricately wrought 1200-line elegiac poem.

PCP signs publishing deal with ICAEW

An arm of the publishing house that owns New Statesman and Press Gazette has signed long-term deal to publish the magazine and newsletter portfolio of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW), it was announced yesterday.

Mirror owner launches inquiry into phone hacking

Trinity Mirror has ordered an inquiry into whether its journalists were involved in phone hacking after a sharp fall in the company's share price was prompted by claims from former journalists that the practice had been rife at the Mirror titles.

Business Diary: TV quiz triumph for FSA chairman

Eagle-eyed viewers would have spotted Lord Turner – chairman of the Financial Services Authority – in the audience for Monday night's University Challenge on BBC2. Was he prepping for his next grilling opposite Paxo on Newsnight? No. Simply cheering on his 21-year-old daughter Eleanor, who calmly captained the winning University of Newcastle team in a comfortable victory over Belfast's Queen's University. Eleanor demonstrated good business knowledge, correctly identifying the surname linking Tesco's and Ben & Jerry's as Cohen.

Leading article: DNA: a data disgrace

The Coalition's pledge to reverse Labour's incursions into civil liberties has suddenly shed a significant amount of credibility. The Government had said that it will remove the DNA profiles of one million innocent people from police computers. But now the Home Office minister James Brokenshire has revealed that these profiles will be retained by forensic science laboratories. The retained samples will be anonymised. But, as has been pointed out, they will still have barcodes on them, which would enable the authorities, in theory, to link them back to individuals.

Ready To Wear: There's nothing wrong with dressing in a jolly, exciting way

Why is it that most designers live in black, usually polo-neck sweaters, but insist that we must buy, buy, buy lots of jolly, bright and exciting clothes at great expense?" mused a reader of The Independent's online edition and following publication of a portrait of Céline's Phoebe Philo wearing just that garment on the cover of this paper's magazine last Saturday.

Hacking was endemic at the 'Mirror', says former reporter

The phone-hacking story took a new and dramatic turn yesterday as a former journalist on the Daily Mirror claimed that the practice was "endemic" at the newspaper during his time there and that he would be willing to testify to investigating authorities.

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