Cappuccino lovers are obsessive and latte drinkers are easy to please, according to Dr Ramani Durvasula
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It’s difficult for senior politicians to take a break abroad. David Cameron came under fire for jetting off to Ibiza for the weekend in the midst of a terror alert. Which made the first-day-of-holiday photo shoot all the more crucial.
Bridger claims his memory went blank after he hit the five-year-old with a car
Ethiopian bizarrely not selected for London overhauls Mutai in final miles for second win
Customers pay in advance for a coffee meant for someone who can’t afford one - it's a simple concept which should be introduced to coffee shops in the UK
Counter-terror teams are foiling a plot as big as the July 7 attacks every year, a senior police officer has revealed.
Who needs flowerpots? Whether you're planting indoors or on a windowsill, patio or balcony – or even in a garden with (like mine) minimal flowerbed space – take tips from a lovely new book, Teeny, Tiny Gardening by Emma Hardy (£14,99, Cico). It is stuffed with inventive ideas for weeny things you can turn into quirky planters. Such as…
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A Metropolitan police child protection officer has been charged after allegedly spiking a bottle of Lucozade with screenwash.
Safety myths that saw knives banned in kitchens and umbrellas banned in the rain have been debunked by the Government's health and safety watchdog.
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