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Guilty conscience can damage your immune system

British Psychological Society annual conference

HOCKEY: Webb fires St Austell to top

LINDA WEBB scored both St Austell goals in a 2-1 win over Exeter to take the remote Cornish club to top place in the West Premier for the first time in their history.

Eating out: The Wykeham Arms: Inn heaven

75 Kingsgate St, Winchester, Hants, 01962 853834. Lunch Mon-Sat noon-2.30pm. Dinner Mon-Sat 6.30-8.45pm. Three-course dinner pounds 20. Service not included. All major credit cards accepted

Letter: Going private does not help NHS

THERE IS a fallacy at the heart of Peter and Sue Jones's argument that those who "choose to pay" for an operation "speed up" treatment for someone on the NHS waiting list (Letters, 31 October).

Property: Down in the country, something stirred

Rustic rentals are all the rage as people flee the city, if only for the weekend.

Girls died after mother hit head

TWO LITTLE girls drowned in seven inches of water after their young mother slipped and knocked herself out while bathing them, an inquest heard yesterday. Three-year-old Natasha Russell and 18-month-old Abigail Brownsea had been playing in their bath at Alresford, Hampshire, while mother Lyn Brownsea watched.

Letter: Refugee quota

Sir: Mr Braithwaite (letter, 25 August) asks for a limit on the numbers granted asylum in this country, so as to protect our national cultural integrity.

Books: Early man caught knapping

As We Know It: Coming To Terms With An Evolved Mind by Marek Kohn Granta pounds 17.99

Winchester tops public school league

WINCHESTER COLLEGE has topped this year's independent schools A-level tables. Most of the pupils at the school, which has a history going back more than 600 years and charges boarders more than pounds 15,000, are rated in the top 10 per cent for academic ability.
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