A £2,000 reward has been offered to trace suspects who killed a young dolphin in a hit-and-run boating incident

£2,000 reward offered in hunt for bottlenose dolphin killer in Cornwall's Camel estuary

A £2,000 reward has been offered to trace suspects who killed a young dolphin in a hit-and-run boating incident.

A paramedic arrived after five minutes, an ambulance crew after 10; the staff were brilliant

Indulging in mud-slinging won’t help with the NHS

Inside Westminister: So much for the PM’s statesmanlike, consensual and ‘no scapegoats’ approach

More than 600 people have complained to the BBC after presenter John Inverdale suggested Wimbledon winner Marion Bartoli was “never going to be a looker”

Maria Miller writes to BBC to 'express concern' over John Inverdale's Marion Bartoli comments during Wimbledon

Inverdale remarked that the ladies' champion was 'never going to be a looker'

Life on Marsden: I’m turning into the worst sort of middle-class snob

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New benefit cap could be lowered by £6,000 a year if deemed a success, according to Treasury sources

Comments come as benefit claimants have amount they can claim capped at £500 a week for the first time

Amanda Palmer, the Kickstarter pioneer and erstwhile singer of Dresden Dolls, has taken aim at the Daily Mail after the newspaper ran a story about her set at Glastonbury that failed to include anything about her actual performance and instead focused on the fact that one of her breasts “escaped her bra”

Naked anger: Amanda Palmer attacks Daily Mail in nude song

Amanda Palmer, the Kickstarter pioneer and erstwhile singer of Dresden Dolls, has taken aim at the Daily Mail after the newspaper ran a story about her set at Glastonbury that failed to include anything about her actual performance and instead focused on the fact that one of her breasts “escaped her bra” while she played. The headline ran, “Making a boob of herself!” with photos of the incident.

Ian John McLoughlin, who is being sought for the stabbing, is believed to have recently come out of prison

Day release double killer on run after 'Good Samaritan' stabbed to death

Police issued an all-ports alert for Ian John McCloughlin

BBC One's Andrew Marr will return to full-time television in September

Broadcaster has already conducted a political interview which will be broadcast on Sunday 

Ted Terry, father of Chelsea captain John

John Terry's father, Ted, charged with carrying out racist attack

Ted Terry, the father of Chelsea captain John Terry, has reportedly been charged with carrying out a racist attack on a man after a scuffle in the street.

July weather: More sunshine and hot weather predicted for this weekend

Temperatures set to hit 28C following hottest day of the year

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In profit...

Maybe our ancestors will have beaks, like this swan

Scientist claims humans could evolve beaks instead of teeth

.... but not for millions of years

British and Irish Lions 2013: Will Carling says decision to drop Brian O'Driscoll has 'no logic'

The Irish centre will play no part in the final Test

Rothermere buys rights to beef up control of DMGT

Viscount Rothermere today strengthened his financial hold over Daily Mail & General Trust by buying out a 29.3% voting stake belonging to family members in a £50 million transaction.

The billionaire entrepreneur has become troubled by his own creations

Co-founder of Napster, Sean Parker, defends $4.5m fantasy-themed wedding

Man responsible for making the web what it is today publishes 9,500-word response to critics

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Dissent is slowly building against the billions spent on presidential campaigns – even among politicians themselves

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