Carl Froch has promised "an unbelievable, fantastic, phenomenal, vicious, brutal, barbaric fight" when he meets his old rival Mikkel Kessler on Saturday.
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Monday 08 April 2013
The Margaret-Denis partnership was always the key relationship in the Thatcher family. Denis Thatcher was the ultimate Thatcherite: an old-fashioned businessman who, in his sixties, cast aside many of his ingrained instincts to rise to the challenge of acting as consort to the UK’s first woman prime minister.
Sunday 07 April 2013
Friday 05 April 2013
A man is in hospital after attackers sprayed acid in his face.
Wednesday 03 April 2013
Many people have experienced the odd feeling that although we are our body's "owner-operator", as Hugh Aldersey-Williams puts it, the body is actually a strange appendage: not really us at all, more like one of our plug-ins – a car or computer. Cultures have veered wildly in their attitude to the body. Aldersey-Williams, an excellent, versatile science writer, pitches his book at just the right level of amused and curious enquiry.
Wednesday 03 April 2013
The physician said to have imbued Silvio Berlusconi with his remarkable political and physical longevity has died – and possibly taken his “anti-ageing” secrets with him to the grave.
Monday 01 April 2013
Why do Americans go nuts for this annual basketball competition?
Sunday 24 March 2013
The Mayor of London usually escapes tough questioning with his buffoonery
Friday 22 March 2013
York, a stud of deep blue on the belt of red leather that keeps the nation's political trousers from falling down, was always going to be kind to for Gove
Monday 18 March 2013
Shaved genitals have somehow become the new normal for an entire generation of women. Surely it’s time we asked why. Louisa Saunders ponders the politics of pubic hair
Wednesday 13 March 2013
This season, the bold eyebrow trend continues apace – softly does it, though: think Cara Delevingne rather than stencilled-on caterpillars, says Emma Akbareian
Tuesday 12 March 2013
Bupa is offering patients "pay-as-you-go" operations to boost business after the double impact of poorer Britons and rising healthcare costs cut UK profits at the private medical giant by one-fifth to £109.7m last year.
What it’s like to live with autism: new simulation Auti-Sim gives mother a sense of her daughter's life
Thursday 07 March 2013
I spend a lot of time wondering what life is really like for my daughter, who has Asperger's Syndrome, a form of autism. Watching her navigate the day-to-day is one thing: comprehending the sources of her meltdowns and frequent distress from the inside is something else entirely.
Wednesday 27 February 2013
England 357 for 7
Monday 25 February 2013
Isn't there something squeamish about wearing a pair of spectacles that distort reality?
- 1 'Sickening, deluded and unforgivable': Bloody attack brings terror to capital’s streets
- 2 Mothers' diets may harm IQs in two-thirds of babies
- 3 Gay couple beaten in park urge MPs to moderate language on gay marriage
- 4 After woman sells virginity for $780,000, here are the results of our prostitution survey
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