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In the News

Disorganisation and...

Millions admitted to regularly falling out with their partner because a lack of organisation and leaving things to the last minute means they are often left hanging around...

Modern manners

Casual dining

Dear Thomas A few years ago you ruled that men should not be topless at mealtimes on a villa holiday with family and friends. But, if recent experience is anything to go...

Skincare 101

5 ways to maintain healthy...

A day in the sun can be a relaxing and enjoyable experience. Whether you are exploring a city during a break, or laying on the beach, the warmth of the sun can make you...

In the News

Moshing, Skinny Dipping and...

36 per cent of the population claim to be 'living dangerously', many consider not paying for a plastic bag at a self-service till or even taking a new route to work as the...



We are a nation of animal lovers and this month will see us celebrating National Dog Day on 26th August, in fact almost a quarter (24%) of households in the UK have a pet...

In the News

Brits Invest in Rare Books,...

First editions by famous authors top the alternative investment chart, followed by collectable coins, toys, antiques and classic vinyl. Stamps, designer clothes, works of...

Dish of the week

Peach, Parma Ham and...

Serves: 4 - 10 minutes preparationIngredients• 1 tin Del Monte® Peach Slices (or Halves), drained• 2 x 125g balls mozzarella• 90g pack Parma ham slices• 2 tbsp balsamic...


Do the polka!

From lesser-spotted prints to oversized graphics, we are going dotty for polka dots. By Juanita Coulson{igallery...

On trend

Vintage hair

Theres nothing quite like the summer breeze when driving along an open country road. It's even better if you put the top down, enjoy the fresh air but of course, no one...

On trend

History of style: Knitwear

From cosy argyle jumpers to dainty sweaters and twinsets, nothing says Brit-on-a-break than a stealth show of chic knits –whether you're at Gleneagles or keeping warm...


Going nowhere blues

First things first: Girl From the North Country is not a musical. It’s a play with songs. We expect the numbers in a musical to be more or less integrated with the action;...


Puffed up dragons

What has happened to Dragons’ Den (Sunday, BBC2, 8pm)? I’m not knocking it, mind you, but I remember the series starting out as a relatively sober-minded platform for...


The new French wave

France has always had Marianne, that feminine figurehead symbol of French pride designed to represent the Republic – she’s been embodied over recent years by Brigitte...

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