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Shares in Mulberry plummeted nearly 30 per cent in early London trading after the luxury brand issued its third profit warning under chief executive Bruno Guillon.

Summer hair: Battle the after-effects of too much sun

Arm yourself with an arsenal of products to fight frazzled hair this summer, says Emma Akbareian

Blowflies can lay their eggs through the tiny gaps in the zips of a case holding a dead body

Lords of the flies: How scientists are using maggots to help solve murders

Police are turning to forensic entomologists to gain vital evidence in the fight against crime

Bassist Jared Hasselhoff of the American rock group Bloodhound Gang is seen pushing the Russian white-blue-red tricolour flag into the front of his pants during a concert in the city of Odessa July 31, 2013

Bloodhound Gang: Last week they were barred from Russia, today they face 'hooliganism' charges in Ukraine

The American rock group face potential criminal action after 'Evil' Jared Hasselhoff allegedly urinates on Ukrainian flag

Bassist Jared Hasselhoff of the American rock group Bloodhound Gang is seen pushing the Russian white-blue-red tricolour flag into the front of his pants during a concert in the city of Odessa

US band Bloodhound Gang ejected from Russia after flag stunt

Rock group could face criminal charges for their onstage antics

A passenger enjoys the in-flight entertainment

BA in-flight entertainment scales new heights

David Phelan takes flight with the latest entertainment on-board BA

Dominique Strauss-Kahnv served as the director of the IMF from 2007 until 2011

Shamed IMF boss Strauss-Kahn may return as Serbia’s financial guru

Balkan state keen to recruit French  politician to aid its ailing economy

Chief Executive of Ryanair Michael O'Leary

Once again, changing what passengers do: I'll price luggage out of the hold, says Ryanair chief Michael O'Leary

He wants to halve number of passengers checking in bags and says making passengers pay for cabin baggage is also a possibility

New Scotland Yard, the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police

29-year-old man arrested after body is found in suitcase

'We are also interested in hearing from anyone concerned about young adult females who have gone missing,' say police

Deep blue: Cabo San Lucas, in Los Cabos, Mexico

My life in travel: Paula Radcliffe

'Los Cabos in Mexico has beautiful beaches where I could run for miles'

Last night's viewing: Wheelers, Dealers and Del Boys, BBC1
The Real White Queen and Her Rivals, BBC2

"Rome wasn't built in a day and Alan Sugar didn't become a millionaire overnight," said Sharon, one half of the nascent trading empire Sharon and Al, in Wheelers, Dealers and Del Boys. Sharon was wondering whether she might have been a little hasty in giving up her day job to concentrate exclusively on trading in tat, and this remark was by way of self-reassurance.

In the bag

Ten suggestions for luggage that stands out from the crowd

Hapag-Lloyd Kreuzfahrten hopes to attract more British passengers with its Europa 2

Germans launch ‘you’ boat to lure English speakers on luxury cruise

Every cabin on the ship has a mini-bar dispensing unlimited Konig Pilsener, free of charge

The 10 Best suitcases

Quilted, leopard print, four-wheeler or parrot-shaped? Pack with style in one of these essential travel companions

Protecting valuables from the light-fingered is costly

Overlapping insurance is costing us a packet

We're wasting £221m a year by being double or triple insured, new research warns. It happens most often with travel insurance, with nearly 15 million of us taking out baggage cover when it is often already protected through our home contents cover.

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