New monster of a ship will have 1,812 cabins, 17 decks, 12 restaurants, three pools, a cinema, gym and theatre
The Coalition government rejected a ban on wild animals in circuses yesterday in favour of a new licensing regime.
The Coalition government today rejected a ban on wild animals in circuses in favour of a new licensing regime.
Ministers appear to be wobbling over banning wild animals in circuses, after a campaign by The Independent.
Trudie Styler, the film producer and wife of rock star Sting, joined the public figures speaking out against the threat to allotments.
Campaigners' hopes are set to be dashed as Government opts instead for self-regulation
Children will wake up to smaller Easter eggs tomorrow – because chocolate makers have shrunk the packaging on millions of boxes by half.
Sir David Frost is selling his house – so his legendary collection of vintages has to go, too
A £100m hole was knocked in sales of organic food last year as shoppers opted for cheaper produce in the economic downturn.
"Rip off" credit and debit card fees are to be investigated after a consumer group discovered customers are being charged up to 200 times the actual cost of paying by plastic.
Teenagers are putting themselves at risk of debilitating and potentially deadly blood diseases by buying DIY tattoo kits over the internet. At £60 a time, the kits come with inks, needles and designs but there are no controls over age of the recipient, infectious diseases, or cleanliness. Children have caught hepatitis from such kits, which are cheaper than visiting a professional, particularly if used several times.
Police will get new powers to evict offenders who seize unoccupied properties
A trend for wearing coloured contact lenses inspired by the pop singer Lady Gaga could damage people's eyes, opticians warn.
Starbucks, the American coffee giant which translated Milan's espresso bars into an identikit global chain serving half pints of coffee-flavoured frothy milk, has launched another innovation: a super-sized cup that contains more liquid than an average human stomach.
Protégé puts TV chef in the shade with his latest catch: two Michelin stars
Britain's beleaguered organic sector receives a boost today with a study that suggests organic milk is healthier than the ordinary variety.