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To catch illegal immigrants at the Eurotunnel depot in Calais, the PM has promised more sniffer dogs. But if he wants them in a hurry, says Gillian Orr, he can go whistle
The German film-maker spent two months driving across the American West in 1983 scouting locations for his 1984 film
So, asks Gillian Orr, is this a clash of ethics and aesthetics?
The unloved cauliflower is gaining a following among the swelling ranks of carb-avoiders, who convert it into guilt-free rice. And it's tastier than it sounds, reports Gillian Orr
People have long predicted the death of the traditional publishing model, but indie magazines are flourishing. A new book celebrates the trend.
When Shirley Baker turned her camera on Manchester and her home town of Salford in the 1960s, she did so not only to protest the decline of the region's working-class communities, but also to record the heartwarming freedom of its children, as a new retrospective reveals
The designer came up with an interesting way of letting people know the drinks' ingredients and measures, while making it look cool
The photographer Daniel Stier has spent four years gaining access to some of the world's most curious scientific experiments. Just what are these researchers up to, wonders Gillian Orr
For 360 days of the year, the village of Pilton slumbers. Then Glastonbury Festival arrives… So what's it like to live next door to one of the biggest parties in the world?
Visitors to the museum will be treated to more than 60 of Tripe's most striking images taken between 1852 and 1860
Acting, directing, writing: Zawe Ashton is a woman on the move. Gillian Orr tries to keep up
Hotel review: Expect to rub shoulders with a glamorous mix of film, music and art types
'I always thought get well cards were strange because it would be like, 'Well, I’ll try to get better!''
The band talk everything from new album to trying to be Liam Gallagher
Don't these guides go against the spirit of getting lost in music?
Afanador became transfixed by stories of the gypsies who had roamed the south of Spain for centuries