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Nina Bawden, the author of 48 books including the children's story Carrie's War, has died at the age of 87.

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I know what it's like, Benedict Cumberbatch. When your name sounds like Snozzlebert Mugglewump, or is an abbreviation of Archibald, and everything about your bearing and hair suggests, accurately, that you went to public school, it is easy to feel, as you say you do in a Radio Times interview, that there's a lot of "posh-bashing that goes on". It's "so predictable, so domestic, so dumb": the weight of your good fortune hangs around your neck like a millstone. You feel justified in giving arch warnings that it's enough to drive a fellow to America. You feel misunderstood.

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Attempting to topple Germany in team dressage is an even bigger task than beating their footballers on penalties, but Charlotte Dujardin, Carl Hester and Laura Bechtolsheimer defied the odds to give Britain the gold medal in front of 23,000 flag-waving supporters at Greenwich Park today. It not only ended Germany’s 28-year reign as Olympic champions but gave Britain their first medal of any colour in 100 years of dressage competition at the Games.

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The former head of cardiology at Great Ormond Street children's hospital who has been accused of sexually abusing young boys has withdrawn from a disciplinary hearing brought against him by the General Medical Council (GMC), more than a year after he tried to halt it.

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