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Within these walls: Anna Pavord is entranced by a walled kitchen garden in Suffolk

From the outside, a walled kitchen garden can seem forbidding, excluding – its boundaries are too tall to climb over, there are no windows to give you a glimpse of what goes on inside. It's as protective of its space as a castle's curtain wall.

Minister issues warning over use of unmanned drones by police

Police must only use unmanned drones as part of air support plans if it is both appropriate and proportionate, a Home Office minister warned today.

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PE teacher Stephen Benson faces sex charges trial

A PE teacher is to stand trial accused of 30 sex attacks against girls.

Are euro travellers' cheques useful? Plus 'open-jaw' to South America

Q. We have some euro travellers' cheques left over from a previous holiday. Can these still be used in Greece or should we cash them in the UK? M Jones, Suffolk

After Saturday's 32.4C baking, showers take edge off temperatures

Showers and cloud kept yesterday from being the hottest day of the year. Temperatures had looked set to come close to Saturday's record-breaking high but a heavy mid-afternoon band of rain brought respite to large chunks of baking Britain.

UK enjoys hottest day of the year

It was the hottest day of the year so far today as temperatures soared across the nation.

It is the first time ground tiger claws, which may have come from tigers which were illegally poached, have been found by customs in the UK

Tiger claw products seized at Suffolk port

Herbal remedies and massage oils containing ground tiger claws, poisonous plants and cow urine have been seized by border officials at a UK port.

EuroMillions lottery winners Adrian and Gillian Bayford say £148m fortune has 'come at just the right time'

“It’s come at just the right time,” says Gillian Bayford of her EuroMillions lottery win, which does beg the question: when is the wrong time to have £148 million land in your bank account?

Jimmy Bullard's career nose-dived after he left Fulham

Jimmy Bullard parts company with Ipswich

Ipswich have parted company with midfielder Jimmy Bullard by mutual consent.

Ryan Gander in his east London studio

In The Studio: Ryan Gander, artist

'We do not sit down here to come up with ideas. Ideas come in the car'

Divers rescued after boat capsizes

A lifeboat rescued 11 divers from the sea after their boat capsized off the east coast of England.

First Night: Latitude Festival, Southwold, Suffolk

Serene surroundings for an Americana feast

Unshakeable integrity: Laurie Rimmer

Laurie Rimmer: Headmaster and rugby international

An outstanding sportsman and a charismatic schoolmaster, Laurie Rimmer made his mark in the educational world during 18 exciting years as Headmaster of Framlingham College. There as elsewhere, the breadth of his intellect and the warmth of his personality made him an inspirational guide for countless generations of aspiring young students.

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