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The man behind the all-important shift of David Cameron’s parting from the left to the right was awarded an MBE the New Year's Honours.

David Cameron's number one priority for 2014: 'Keeping the bald spot under control'

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Outnumbered to end after final fifth series

The popular family comedy will end its six-year run in February

The man behind the all-important shift of David Cameron’s parting from the left to the right has been awarded an MBE.

How much do MPs really spend on their hair? David Cameron's Coiffeur V The Commons

David Cameron pays £90 a time; Nick Clegg has gone to £45. But for many MPs it’s a point of pride to pay as little as possible. We comb Westminster to find out whose haircuts cost what

Hair today: David Cameron with a bouffant style (left) and his current cut

Indyplus politics: Why hair matters so much to politicians

Few get closer to the Prime Minister than his barber, so no wonder Cameron's has been awarded with an MBE. And hair has always been big in politics, explains Andy McSmith

Andy McSmith's Diary: Why do these troughers in ermine have a legal right to line their pockets?

The House of Lords has published details of expenses claimed by their lordships during August 2013. Since they convened for only one day that month, most peers claimed no expenses, but among the minority who did you will see – inevitably – the names of that trio of troughers in ermine, Lord Hanningfield, Lord Taylor of Warwick, and Baroness Uddin.

Avon and Somerset Police has released this low-resolution image of Saber Haldari, who is wanted in connection with child sex offences in Bristol

Bristol man is 'significant risk to children' say police as they issue manhunt picture

Saber Haldari is believed to be in the country illegally

Gerald Abrahams dons his placard

Lonely landscaper tries alternative approach to dating

In a bid to start his year off successfully, 39-year old landscaper Gerald Abrahams walked the streets of London with a sandwich board displaying the texts: “Hot brunette wanted for 2014!”, “Dates or romance”, “Must like dogs and landscapers” accompanied by his email address.

Hair today: David Cameron with a bouffant style (left) and his current cut

Because he's worth it: Why hair matters so much to politicians

Few get closer to the Prime Minister than his barber, so no wonder Cameron's has been awarded with an MBE. And hair has always been big in politics, explains Andy McSmith

The man behind the all-important shift of David Cameron’s parting from the left to the right has been awarded an MBE.

David Cameron’s hairdresser Lino Carbosiero awarded an MBE. Because he’s worth it.

The prime minister faced fresh accusations of cronyism after it was revealed that his hairdresser appeared in the New Year Honours List last week

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Want to make a style statement this NYE? Try one of these curlers, stylers and straighteners on your locks to see in 2014 with a new do

Alexander Fury: Every haircut is like Sweeney Todd, to me

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Who cares for our carers?

Vulnerable people need someone acting as an advocate in their corner - whether it's someone in care without family, or the carer on a zero hour contract

Lisa Harnum's death is being investigated

Australians all want to know: How did Lisa Harnum die?

'Insanely jealous' boyfriend denies throwing his girlfriend from 15th-floor apartment balcony

In pictures: Jennifer Lawrence joins Hollywood's latest hairstyle trend

The Hunger Games heroine Jennifer Lawrence joins Hollywood's latest hairstyle - the pixie

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