Buckinghamshire New University students fight to save furniture degrees from the chop

Campaigners believe furniture is part of High Wycombe heritage

Mary Berry was a guest on Piers Morgan's Life Stories, set to air on Friday

Mary Berry opens up to Piers Morgan about the car crash that killed her 19-year-old son

The TV cook and Bake-Off host also admitted to smacking her children

Italy Test hooker Carlo Festuccia has joined Wasps from Zebre

Mark Rigby sees Wasps on the move within five years

Wasps, double European champions in the days when they strode across the sunlit uplands of the professional club game, have spent the last few seasons lost in the darkness, to the extent that even their front-line players had no idea whether they would be paid at the end of a hard month’s thud and blunder.

Glenn McGrath presents debutant Ashton Agar with his baggy green cap

Ashes 2013: Australia spring surprise selection with Ashton Agar: Who is he?

Do Australia have a secret weapon in their surprise Ashes selection, or is he just the latest in a long line of spinner flops since Shane Warne?

Dragons' Den star Peter Jones all set to breathe new life into Jessops

Peter Jones, the star of the BBC's Dragons' Den series, is to relaunch the camera specialist Jessops on the high street today after buying its brand and assets out of administration in January.

McIntosh: at the forefront of the new wave of feminism

Mary McIntosh: Sociologist, writer and pioneer in the feminist and gay movements

Mary McIntosh, the leading feminist sociologist and academic, was not scared of breaking boundaries. She was looked on as being one of the leaders of the "second-wave" of the feminist movement, and was also one of the founders of the gay and lesbian movement. McIntosh fought for equal rights, and both sexual and legal recognition for all. She was instrumental in making the academic world reconsider the sociological lives of gays and lesbians.

UK snow: Commuters face battle with ice, floods and plummeting temperatures, as it is revealed wintry blast could last until mid March

Commuters could face miserable journeys to and from work well into next month

Child sex abuse investigation: Four held in High Wycombe area on suspicion of sexually abusing a girl

Four men have been arrested on suspicion of sexually abusing a girl, police said.

Eight suspected members of sex abuse gang arrested in High Wycombe police raids

Thames Valley Police said the arrests came after a girl claimed to have been abused in the leafy Buckinghamshire town between 2007 and 2012

Man dies after taking diet-aid drug

A man has died after taking a performance-enhancing drug used by bodybuilders to help burn off fat, according to police.

Let it all hang out: Recreate that festival feel by hanging colourful bunting in your garden

The Insider: Turn your garden party into a festival of fun

I recently went to the launch of Josie da Bank's new picnicware range (very pretty, see it at culturelabel.com). As you'd expect from the creative director/producer of the Isle of Wight music festival Bestival, the party was gorgeously decorated – particularly the unusual bunting; its lavish garlands of different textures and shapes and dangly bits were the opposite of OTT jubilee. Josie shared her tips for good-looking outdoor festivities at home…

Charlotte Bray, Composer, 30

Observations One to Watch: Charlotte Bray, Composer, 30

"It was beyond my wildest dreams to have my work performed at the Proms last week – I only started composing music nine year's ago. It was very emotional."

James Corden

King of Broadway James Corden delivers emotional speech as he wins Tony Award for best actor

James Corden was crowned the king of Broadway amid speculation a career in Hollywood could be next after he was named best actor at the Tony Awards.

Christian Wade: The uncapped Wasps winger will benefit from a first run-out with England

Foden talks a good game ahead of bash with the Baa-Baas

Ben Foden was keen to make himself clear. "When you play the Barbarians, you find yourselves being pulled into their style of rugby," the England full-back said this week. "It's hard not to get swept up in it and that's when mistakes happen. We need to control the tempo of the game, to play in the right areas." It was a thoughtful appraisal of the prospects for tomorrow's contest at Twickenham. Anyone would think it was a Test match.

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Katarina Johnson-Thompson: Ready to jump at first major title

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