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Whistles has a new flagship store and a show at London Fashion Week next Sunday. Harriet Walker finds out how the brand became a household name
There’s a bloody row brewing in Westminster as restaurants hit back at council attempts to control the way burgers are served.
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Runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest is expected back in the UK today after going on the run with his 15-year-old pupil Megan Stammers.
Runaway teacher Jeremy Forrest will return to the UK after a French court agreed to his extradition today.
Around 2,200 staff at JJB Sports were made redundant today after administrators closed 133 stores and agreed to sell 20 remaining outlets to Mike Ashley's Sports Direct International.
Teacher and 15-year-old Megan Stammers are tracked down by French police in Bordeaux
Les Bleus were caught short by an impressive England and paid the price for some conservative tactics, writes Hugh Godwin
Sarah Marsh speaks with novelist Lisa Jewell on escaping "toxic" relationships, why she doesn't write chick lit and whether a film of one of her books is on the cards.
Barring the unforeseen, there will be a shipwreck in the English Channel today. The Sealink ferry empire, which once dominated cross-Channel travel, will slide below the waves amid allegations of fraud, union bloody-mindedness and threats of violence.
Barring the unforeseen, there will be a shipwreck in the English Channel today.
You can while away the hours absorbed in the Channel views at this splendid house on the cliffs outside Dover. Kate Simon did
We are still taking stock of the emails, tweets and Facebook posts about the launch edition of i on Saturday, and, as I said yesterday, everyone seems to have their own particular likes and dislikes.
There are so many benefits of holding the position I do that it would be difficult to list all of them. (And I’m not just talking about the features editor’s fabulous banana cake, of which another slice was presented to me as I embarked on today’s letter.
The word "Gallipoli" is, of course, one that still has the power to make Antipodeans flinch, even if to most Britons it vaguely summons an acclaimed film from the 1980s, if at all.