The darker the chocolate the better it is for you
Travellers have been warned to to 'allow adequate time for security clearance at airports, borders and ports'
Pope Francis: 'We have different cultures and religions, but we are brothers and we want to live in peace'
The sweet beauty landscape offers all the pleasure of chocolate but none of the calories
A little known law in 1928 attempted to regulate Easter's fluctuating date, but fell by the wayside as it was not enforced
The Society's benefits include delivery, storage and voluminous tastings
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Currys PC World is also launching its "Easter Mega Deals", and members have been posting bargains at HotUKDeals
Indulge in a chocolate treat more suited to a grown-up taste
The bakery only sells a limited number each day
Grace Dent needs to tackle her garden, which has doubled as east London's best loved public toilet for urban foxes
Anyone who was mis-sold card-security products by the company has until 18 March to submit their compensation claim
Pontiff defies Catholic liturgy to break longstanding convention
The Archbishop has said that he is in discussion with Pope Francis and the Coptic Pope in an attempt to change the date of the holiday
The chocolate company has paid the price for experimenting with the recipe of its Easter classic the Cadbury Creme Eggs, last year
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