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French Sole is celebrating 25 years with its first non-London store – it’s time to slip in to spring, says Rebecca Gonsalves

You can't slash A&E services at Lewisham hospital: Jeremy Hunt overruled by High Court

Judge rules that Jeremy Hunt acted outside his powers with announcement to MPs

The Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust became the first trust to be put into administration in April

Mid-Staffs future plans to be revealed by administrators

Campaigners fighting to save a scandal-hit hospital will today learn administrators' recommendations about the future of Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust.

Manchester United manager David Moyes

Manchester United manager David Moyes: My core values have not changed

Scot stills sees importance in discipline, punctuality and levels of intensity

Philip Morris International, the world’s largest tobacco firm, created a database tracking every British MP’s opinion on plain cigarette packaging as part of its successful lobbying campaign to block the rules

Cigarette firm Philip Morris 'tracked MPs' views on packaging'

The world’s largest tobacco firm created a database tracking every British MP’s opinion on plain cigarette packaging as part of its successful lobbying campaign to block the rules, it was claimed on Sunday.

Mary Macleod

At last – equality in the aristocracy: After a change in royal succession rules, blue-blood daughters' hopes are up

Controversial proposals to allow first-born girls to inherit aristocratic titles look likely to be given the green light after senior cabinet sources indicated the move would not be opposed by the Government.

Caroline Criado-Perez, who also runs the Women’s Room campaign to promote women in the media, played a pivotal role in ensuring that Jane Austen would feature on the £10 note

Twitter faces boycott after 'inaction' over rape threats against feminist bank notes campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez

Ms Criado-Perez played prominent role in ensuring that Jane Austen would feature on the new £10 note

Ubunutu Edge breaks crowd-sourcing records with Indiegogo: Here's some of the site's greatest hits

Kickstarter's little brother has funded some amazing products including a gravity powered light for developing countries and medical 'tricoder' inspired by Star Trek

The 'bread tank' in Rio highlights the need for funding towards anti poverty projects and not military ones

Bread tank appears in Rio de Janeiro

A bread tank has been installed in Rio de Janeiro in order to raise awareness of the fight against poverty.

Prince William and Kate the Duchess of Cambridge hold the Prince of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, where the Duchess gave birth on Monday

BBC defends royal baby coverage after viewers complain over 'unbalanced' broadcast of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge and new prince

The BBC has defended its coverage of the royal baby after viewers complained there was too much of it and it was too unbalanced in favour of the Royal Family.

Prince William and Kate the Duchess of Cambridge hold the Prince of Cambridge outside the Lindo Wing of St. Mary's Hospital, where the Duchess gave birth on Monday

BBC defends royal baby coverage after viewers complain over 'unbalanced' broadcast of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge new arrival

The BBC has defended its coverage of the birth of the royal baby after viewers complained it was excessive and biased towards the Royal Family.

Lynton Crosby played a big part in the Tories’ election win

Election guru Lynton Crosby denies discussing cigarette packaging with David Cameron

He says claims made that he 'sought to improperly use his position' as campaign advisor were 'simply false'

Body politic: After Movember, here comes Armpits4August

New campaign aims to raise awareness of Polycystic Ovary Syndrome by encouraging women to grow their armpit hair for the month of August

Snow Fairy won the Hong Kong Cup in 2010 with Ryan Moore on board

Snow Fairy tale ends with prosaic injury

The final chapter of one of racing’s true fairy tales came to an end in Newmarket yesterday morning. Snow Fairy, the Cinderella mare who rose from the humblest beginnings to win six Group One races worldwide, aggravated an old leg injury during a routine gallop and has been retired. “It is with much sadness that the decision was made,” said her trainer Ed Dunlop, “but she owes us nothing.”

Londoners sunbathing during their lunch hour in Green Park

MPs table Early Day Motion calling for workers to be sent home when thermometers hit 30C

Working in high heats can lead to a "reduction in cognitive function, attention span and visual motor tracking" and higher rates of accidents, the motion argues.

Bus conductor ad is ‘gobbledegook’ says Plain English Campaign

A public transport operator has been accused of losing its way with words when advertising for a bus “passenger assistant”.

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Kathryn Williams explores the works and influences of Sylvia Plath in a new light

Songs from the bell jar

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How one man's day in high heels showed him that Cannes must change its 'no flats' policy

One man's day in high heels

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Is a quiet crusade to reform executive pay bearing fruit?

Is a quiet crusade to reform executive pay bearing fruit?

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King David Hotel: Palestinians not included

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More people moving from Australia to New Zealand than in the other direction for first time in 24 years

End of the Aussie brain drain

More people moving from Australia to New Zealand than in the other direction for first time in 24 years
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Can meditation be bad for you?

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