Life and Style Two thirds of the suicides analysed had linkable hospital records

A quarter of suicides occur within three months of discharge from hospital, a major study in Scotland has found.

Don't touch the exhibits! American tourist accidentally snaps finger off priceless 600-year-old statue in Florence

The unnamed man was reportedly trying to measure the 14th century sculpture's finger

Jean Shrimpton photographed by Duffy

Who stole the people's own culture?

True popular art drives up from the streets, but the commercial world wastes no time in cashing in

Book review: Holy Sh*t: a Brief History of Swearing, By Melissa Mohr

Noxious verbal refuse, or a creative safety-valve? Make up your own bleeping mind

Rio Ferdinand and Patrice Evra of Manchester United visits Manley Beach as part of their pre-season tour

Rio Ferdinand targeting FA Cup with Manchester United

The defender has never lifted the trophy

Inbee Park had an early start at St Andrews and carded an opening 69

Sticky patch halts Inbee Park's progress at British Open

A roller coaster is how Inbee Park described her day, a rapid climb to the top of the leader board followed by a steep descent and then a birdie to finish. There was a bit of everything as the Korean's quest for the Grand Slam began at the Ricoh Women's British Open here, not least a hint of frailty to balance the otherworldly stuff that saw her rampage into an early lead.

Peppa Pig and Bob The Builder join ranks of top children's TV show

Peppa Pig and Bob The Builder have joined the likes of Grange Hill, Play School and Jackanory in a list of the greatest children's TV shows.

Tom Daley of Great Britain competes during the Men's 10m Platform Diving final

Diving: Tom Daley to work with psychologist after 'panic' dive

The Brit was in with a chance of a medal before poor fifth dive

Cultural Talisman: The popularity of Alan Partridge (Steve Coogan) is an example of our new obsession with the Seventies

So, what does a liberal look like in 2013?

As our passion for Alan Partridge suggests, Seventies chic is everywhere. But you have to go back much further to find a time when enemies of the state ruled the roost

Secular style: La Badessa bedroom

B&B and Beyond: Corte della Maesta, Lazio, Italy

The resurrection of an Italian village is enhanced by this stylish B&B in a former bishop's palace, says Sarah Gilbert

Prince William and Kate the Duchess of Cambridge hold the Prince of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, where the Duchess gave birth on Monday

BBC defends royal baby coverage after viewers complain over 'unbalanced' broadcast of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge new arrival

The BBC has defended its coverage of the birth of the royal baby after viewers complained it was excessive and biased towards the Royal Family.

Prince William and Kate the Duchess of Cambridge hold the Prince of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, where the Duchess gave birth on Monday

BBC defends royal baby coverage after viewers complain over 'unbalanced' broadcast of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and new prince

The BBC has defended its coverage of the royal baby after viewers complained there was too much of it and it was too unbalanced in favour of the Royal Family.

Forget the royal baby, look at pictures of this Stormtrooper gatecrashing a historical re-enactment

Galactic warrior may have turned up at the wrong event

Dot Branning (June Brown) will be among the characters to pay tribute to the Royal baby in the next episode of EastEnders

Prince of Walford: EastEnders shoots new scenes to celebrate Royal baby's birth

The arrival of the royal baby will be marked in tonight's episode of EastEnders after show bosses ordered some last-minute filming to reflect the birth.

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Ashes 2013: Kevin Pietersen ruled out of the rest of second Test putting Old Trafford participation into question

Batsman could miss third Test which gets underway on August 1 after he suffers a calf strain

Paperback review: Ignorance, By Michèle Roberts

Ignorance tells the story of two French girls whose friendship is interrupted by the Second World War.

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