A thought-provoking study reveals more about our obsession with the anus
French police warn they will use force as they clear shacks, reports Oscar Quine in Calais
Around 50 structures have been demolished in the camp despite an appeal to prevent the clearance going ahead
Imrie is one of Britain's best-loved actresses, having appeared in numerous television, film and stage productions over the past five decades. Her second novel, 'Nice Work (If You Can Get It)', is out on 1 March
The children have travelled thousands of miles from war-torn countries in the hope of seeking asylum in the UK
This flawed tale fails to get inside the mind of a murderer
Maison 76 blends luxury with eccentricity in medieval Montreuil-sur-Mer. Oscar Quine soaks up the history
'The powers that be don’t want to declare this a state of emergency – which it is'
The Globe’s production is the latest instalment in a two-year tour aiming to visit every country in the world
Clinking cutlery, and green fields rushing past. It can only be the ultimate restaurant experience
Louis de Bernières is a British writer. His latest book is The Dust That Falls From Dreams
At around 5.50pm most evenings, the natural soundscape of the forest around Sri Lanka's Lake Koggala – the chirps of cicadas and squawks of koel birds – is broken by the low thrum of a propeller engine. From the terrace of Tri, cocktail in hand, we have the perfect spot to watch the twice-daily seaplane make its descent and land on the bottle-green water's surface as it arrives from Colombo. A boat is quickly despatched to deliver any Tri residents to its private jetty.
Khan is the director and co-founder of Inspire, a human rights organisation that aims to tackle the inequalities facing British Muslim women
Oscar Quinte was challenged to spend 72 hours without his smartphone - here is how he got on
Finally, the cold weather is coming. Make sure you have knitwear to see you through the icy spell
Barât discusses keeping his Glastonbury set a secret and coping with fatherhood