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The deal for the Denmark international can be made permanent in the summer

England captain Michael Vaughan presents a special bat to Christopher Martin-Jenkins in 2008

CMJ simply adored cricket with a passion... and it showed

Stephen Brenkley remembers a loveable commentator who radiated knowledge and became part of the game's fabric

Secret wedding for Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman

Strictly Come Dancing judge Len Goodman has taken to the floor for his own wedding dance after tying the knot in a quiet ceremony.

How do you solve a problem like BBC World Service Korea?

The US is encouraging the Foreign Office to  back plans to establish a BBC Korean service

James Moore: High-flying bet which won't get off the ground

Outlook Ladies and gentlemen with investments in the airline industry, we ask you to fasten your seat belts for another spell of turbulence.

London restaurant owner batters rat to death in the middle of environmental health inspection

Rajakumar Rajalingam has been ordered to pay nearly £20,000 in fines and court costs after pleading guilty to a string of food safety and trading standards offences

Where to find the best secondary schools, as rated by Ofsted

Here is a table giving the percentages of pupils attending good or outstanding secondary schools by local authority area in England.

Page 3 Profile: Lady Campbell of Surbiton, Crossbench peeress

A peer with a difference?

Disabled crossbench peer Lady Campbell of Surbiton becomes first person in 305 years to be allowed to speak in the House of Lords with the aid of a personal assistant

A member of the House of Lords made parliamentary history by becoming the first person in 305 years to be allowed to speak with the aid of a personal assistant.

Search for mystery skipper of yacht found with engine running but no one on board is called off

A large-scale air, land and sea search for the skipper of a yacht, who had set off from Dorset and whose vessel was found beached with its engine still running but with no one on board has been called off.

A competition winning shot by Dominic Burdon

Images with the power to transport us

Capturing the essence of place secured prizes in our annual travel photography competition

Pensioner jailed for child rape

A pensioner who sexually assaulted four young girls between 1949 and 1973 was jailed for 11 years today.

78-year-old convicted of child sex attacks dating back 60 years

A former serviceman was today found guilty of sexually assaulting four young girls.

Ian Thomson: Jamaica was modern before Britain

To mark Black History Month the author of Dead Yard: Tales of Modern Jamaica talks to Miguel Cullen about the ways Jamaica is punching above its weight

Carole Waugh has not been seen by her family since mid-April

Two remanded on Carole Waugh murder charge

Two men have been remanded in custody at the Old Bailey accused of killing wealthy oil executive Carole Waugh.

Pair accused of Carole Waugh murder remanded

Two men were remanded in custody yesterday when they made their first appearance in court charged with the murder of Carole Waugh.

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