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Home from home: a scene from 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

Fun in the sunset years

A new movie follows a group of retirees moving to India to seek low-cost care, a gentler climate and a culture of respect for the elderly. For thousands of Britons, this is already a reality, discovers Sam Judah

Home from home: a scene from 'The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel'

Fun in the sunset years

A new movie follows a group of retirees moving to India to seek low-cost care, a gentler climate and a culture of respect for the elderly. For thousands of Britons, this is already a reality

Eurozone debt crisis threatens UK economy, says think-tank

Chancellor George Osborne has scope for temporary tax cuts of up to £20 billion in his March Budget to boost growth, a respected economic think tank said today.

Retromania: Pop Culture's Addiction to its Own Past, By Simon Reynolds

Pop, deprived of fresh meat, feeds on itself

Superficially similar, but the Iron Lady had a quality that Streep lacks

Iron Lady film made too soon, says David Cameron

David Cameron today stepped in to the row over the Iron Lady, claiming the film should have been made "another day".

Herding Cats, Hampstead Theatre, London

Lucinda Coxon's play may be set in the run-up to Christmas but don't go expecting feel-good Yule-tide fare.

Another mince pie? Scientists find the secret to a long, indulgent life

Drug may offer gluttons anti-ageing benefits of low-calorie diet

Warning over foster care crisis

Thousands of families must come forward to avert a looming foster care crisis in the coming year, a report has warned.

Cancer sufferer Alice's bone marrow donor wish is fulfilled

"To stay in a caravan. To meet Take That. To go to Cadbury World and eat loads of chocolate." When 16-year-old and terminally ill Alice Pyne from Cumbria, published a "bucket list" on line almost six months ago, it caught the nation's attention, and almost all her wishes came true overnight.

Rome wrestles with drastic cuts

Italy's Northern League is often dismissed as a populist rabble of right-wing, xenophobic opportunists.

Fame, By Daniel Kehlmann

This "novel in nine episodes" from the Austrian maestro takes us deep into that new space where networked gadgetry reconfigures private souls and public roles.

Deborah Ross: You could get old fretting about ageing

If you ask me...

Christie Brinkley's anti-ageing range

Christie Brinkley is launching her own skincare range.

Chances of getting bowel cancer double

The risk of getting bowel cancer and the chances of surviving it have both doubled in a generation.

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