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From lightweight formulas to long-lasting sprays, the latest lotions make it easy to keep your skin safe

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Whatever the formulation, a flush of colour will ensure you look in rude health, even when you're not feeling your best

Break out the brights: The best eyeshadow pencils

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Savoury spelt porridge is a great start to the day

Savoury spelt porridge

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Bruce Reynolds, leader of the 'Great Train Robbery' gang, outside Linslade Court, Buckinghamshire in 1968

Bruce Reynolds, mastermind behind Great Train Robbery, dies aged 81

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Being Modern: Loyalty cards

If I had a penny for every time I was offered a loyalty card, I'd be on the Forbes rich list. According to recent market research, around 85 per cent of UK households own at least one loyalty card, with 29 per cent of people carrying five or more with them wherever they go. From Co-op Funeralcare to Botox injections, firearms to war veterans, there are now loyalty cards for just about anything.

How To Be Beautiful: It's all in the texture

No matter the style, it's the texture of your hair that ultimately sets the tone. A sleek bob means business, but the same cut artlessly ruffled up is more likely to suggest bed.

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Crespelli with spinach and gorgonzola

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Serve Mark's rhubarb triangle with ice-cream, clotted cream or whipped cream flavoured with vanilla, ginger or even a dash of Kingston Black cider brandy

The rhubarb triangle

Serves 4

The 10 Best nourishing beauty buys

Indulge in some all-over rehydration with products providing TLC from the top of your head to the tips of your toes

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What’s for supper? Pear beignets by Maria Elia

Ingredients to serve 4-6

How To Be Beautiful: Put your neck on the line

Pity your neck – it's a part of the body that gets little attention while it's in its prime. It's only when indelible creases start to form that you begin to study it in the mirror, realising that here's another part of your body on which to track the passage of time. It's then, too, that you look at models and envy the smooth skin on their throats as much as their svelte thighs.

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10 best cycling bags for commuters

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