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The tinkle of "Greensleeves" was once a familiar sound in every residential street. But for many, that quintessential sound of summer is a fading memory as the traditional ice-cream van has declined to the point where only an estimated 500 are still operating, down from 20,000 in the 1950s.

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We love: Jubilations - You can’t get far without encountering a Union Jack at the moment, but this Henry Holland number is The Audit’s favourite souvenir by far and will polish up one’s memorabilia a treat. £25, houseofholland.co.uk

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Coming soon to a wrist near you... the craze that's sweeping America

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My Life In Travel: Henry Holland, fashion designer

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Debenhams maintains growth despite big chill

Department store chain Debenhams today said it had maintained sales and profit growth through the cold snap and a "challenging" trading backdrop.

Dress Code: Henry Holland, Designer

What are you wearing right now?

Right now, I'm in some Topman skinny chinos, a Levi's flannel shirt, a pair of Raf Simons high-top trainers and my very own House of Holland KMT T-shirt.

Carola Long: 'Deep-red lips are not an easy look to pull off – the wrong shade can leave one looking like an anaemic vampire'

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