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The Daily: August 30
New findings reveal that nearly one in three of Britain's trains are late New National Rail statistics have revealed that almost one in three of Britain's trains are late, affecting more than half of journeys on some routes. The study was extremely...
The Daily: November 27
Prince William croons with rock royalty Is there anything he can't do? The Duke of Cambridge joined Jon Bon Jovi and Taylor Swift on stage last night at a Kensington Palace charity event. He joined the world famous musicians to sing Bon Jovi's 1980s...
The Daily: September 13
Ten previously unreleased Beatles songs to be released A new album released by the BBC will feature 10 unreleased songs which The Beatles didn't record for their record label, EMI, including a live-to-air performance of Chuck Bery's 'I'm Talking About...
The Daily: March 1
A Farewell to Claridge's After running Claridge's for 12 years, Gordon Ramsey has decided to end his tenure at the Mayfair hotel. Ramsey's departure follows a failed negotiation to renew a long-term contract with Claridge's owners. Having won the...
The Daily: January 7
Latest waterproofing technology After years of extensive research in laboratories across the globe, Scientists have commercialised a simple spray on solution that immediately waterproofs materials by turning them into 'superhydrophobic' surfaces;...
The Daily: September 5
Autumn feast after a winter of despair. 2013 had the coldest March for 50 years, but the late Spring hid the glory of a real summer. This weather pattern has impacted the not just the bugs and beasts around us, but also the budget airlines that will...
The Daily: November 9
Malala Yousafzai nominated for Nobel Peace Prize The 15-year old Malala Yousafzai who was shot by the Taliban whilst campaigning for girl's education, has been supported by 60,000 people who signed a partition for her nomination for the Nobel Peace...
The Daily: October 19
Noodles that could help you lose weight! A new Japanese brand, Zero Noodles, claim to help people lose weight by tricking you into feeling full. The product contains only ten calories in each 200g packet and is made of 96 per cent water, containing the...
Keeping Up On Cosmetics Costs British Women £10 BILLION a Year
Image-conscious women spend more than twice as much money every year on looking good than they do on feeling good, a study found. Research revealed stocking up on the latest cosmetics and hair products in a bid to keep up appearances sets the nation's...
Dementia: reducing the risk
Dementia is now set to be the 21st century's biggest killer. With someone in the UK developing dementia every three minutes, the risk of it being you - or someone you know - is sadly a very real one. First things first, though you're never too young to...
YOUR HEALTH Dr James Le Fanu: 25 May
Every year our Queen dispatches more than 2,000 congratulatory telegrams to centenarians, a 10-fold increase on the 200 when she first ascended the throne – reflecting the astonishing increase in life expectancy during the 60 years of her reign. The...
Book reviews: 4 May
OUT NOW WHEN I DIE Philip Gould (Little, Brown £14.99) When a top Labour strategist who lives and breathes for politics contracts cancer it is inevitable that the language of campaigning infects his thoughts and speech. 'Everything I thought about the...
Book Reviews : 14 July
FICTION THE MINISTRY OF UTMOST HAPPINESS by Arundhati Roy (Hamish Hamilton, £18.99) The long-awaited second novel by the author of The God of Small Things is a multi-stranded narrative with characters who are broken by life but mended by love. A STATE...
Book Reviews: 16 June
OUT NOW OUT NOW SYMPATHY by Olivia Sudjic (Pushkin One, £14.99) Lives ruled by electronic devices; natural disasters; disappearing aeroplanes: Sudjic’s absorbing debut novel reads like a fictional dystopia. But chillingly, the world she describes is...
Love in Idleness
In Sir Terence Rattigan’s charming romantic comedy, a middle-aged widow, Olivia, who ‘lives in sin’ – risqué stuff in the Forties when this play is set – with separated but not-yet- divorced Sir John Fletcher, a Tory cabinet minister, chooses between...
Cold sore myths debunked
1. Cold weather causes cold sores Perhaps it's all in the name, but most people think that cold sores are most likely to break out in the depths of winter. In fact, sunlight is the most common trigger of cold sores, which is bad news for anyone...
The Lady Guide to Modern Manners: 14 October
Dear Thomas, Why don’t people want to talk to each other on the London Tube? Were you surprised by the hostile reaction to the launch of Tube Chat badges at the end of September? Ruby Heaton, Bromley Dear Ruby, Yes, a hapless American, Jonathan Dunne,...
No bones about it
Until now osteoporosis has been known as the 'silent disease' because it has no symptoms and can remain undiagnosed until a bone is fractured. This is set to change with the new at-home Osentia screening test which assesses your risk of fragility...
Book Reviews: 19th August
OUT NOW Possession: The Curious History Of Private Collectors From Antiquity To The Present by Erin L Thompson (Yale University Press, £20) ‘Almost everyone has formed a collection, however small,’ writes American academic Thompson in this fascinating...
Book reviews: 20 May
OUT NOW GREEN ON BLUE by Elliot Ackerman (Daunt Books, £9.99; offer price, £9.49) The powder keg of switching tribal alliances and clashes that is modern-day Afghanistan is explored with knowledge, insight and compassion in this stunning debut novel. A...

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