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Many people will have made a resolution to reorganise their money matters this year – it's probably one of the top three 2014 promises, alongside shedding a bit of weight and doing more exercise.

Diary: Helena shows her true style

Helena Bonham-Carter's outfit for the Golden Globes has caused a schism in the terrifying world of fashion.

Peer 'crazy not to nominate another address'

A former Tory peer accused of lying about his expenses was told by a fellow lord he would be "crazy" not to nominate a house outside London as his main address, a court heard today.

Your reforms could destroy the NHS, MPs tell Cameron

The Government's proposed health reforms are like a "tossing a grenade" under the NHS and it is uncertain if they will succeed, MPs warn today.

Stuttering Star fails in fifth King George bid

No excuses from his team but plenty of heavy hearts among the crowd as former champ loses his crown to younger Long Run

Natalie Haynes: A bark isn't actually worse than a bite

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127 Hours, Danny Boyle, 95 mins (15)

Danny Boyle's razzle-dazzle storytelling so dissipates the true drama of this story of a man who amputates his own limb, you wouldn't give your right arm to see it

Professor John Harris: This would end an evil trade – and save lives

Two powerful reasons make a regulated market in live organs imperative. First is the evil of the present unbridled and unregulated global market in organs in which people are sometimes kidnapped, often coerced and even murdered to obtain organs. The second equally powerful driver is the tragic, unnecessary and wasteful loss of life caused by the global shortage of donor organs.

A New Year message from the people of Britain

The Government asked how we can all have more freedom. Citizens responded in their thousands. We reveal the red tape, rules, and regulations that many of us want swept away

Eating almonds 'could help prevent diabetes'

Eating almonds could help prevent diabetes and heart disease, according to a study.

Freebies unwrapped: The 'celebrity gifting lounge'

While most of us will be looking to wind down on the present front after Christmas, for celebrities the season of giving will have only just begun. Early next year at Britain's awards ceremonies, stars won't be looking to just pick up gongs, they will also be hoping to bag a few freebies before the event has even started.

Exclusion of scientists from drugs council 'worrying'

Government plans which could potentially see no scientists sitting on its drugs advisory council are "worrying", campaigners said today.

Nearly one-third of dentists fail to meet hygiene standards

Practices risk exposing their patients to potentially deadly diseases

21 years for dentist after double murder

A ruthless dentist who murdered his wife and ex-lover's policeman husband as they slept and then covered it up as a double suicide has been jailed for at least 21 years.

Be happy like us, Obamas tell William and Kate

Barack and Michelle Obama sent a goodwill message to Prince William and bride-to-be Kate Middleton today during an interview about their own private lives.

Teeth: Give your mouth a makeover

Suffering from 'British teeth'? More of us are opting for expensive treatments to fix a wonky or off-colour smile – but which are worth the money?
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