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Sir Quentin Blake, Illustrator

Page 3 Profile: Sir Quentin Blake, Illustrator

Arise, Sir Quentin.

Sir Quentin Blake receiving his investiture at Buckingham Palace

'Illustration is too rarely honoured' says newly knighted Sir Quentin Blake

Children’s illustrator Sir Quentin Blake has used his new status as a knight of the realm to decry the lack of recognition for the arts in the honours system.

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Hemingway pub

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Top ten essential stationery for students

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New signing Moussa Sissoko is mobbed by his Newcastle team-mates on Saturday

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Comic-book capers abound on the big screen, but MAC has being doing good work on bringing them to the beauty counter, too. The cosmetics brand’s latest limited-edition collection is inspired by the characters of Archie comics. Two contrasting colour stories are inspired by the bubbly girl-next-door Betty and vampy rich girl Veronica.

How We Met: Julia Donaldson & Axel Scheffler

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Woman with limited mental capacity can have her baby

A pregnant woman with significant mental health impairments will not have to undergo an abortion after a senior judge ruled that she had enough capacity to decide whether she wanted to become a mother.

How We Met: Serena Rees & Jan Pienkowski

'Something would always go wrong at his parties. One year something caught fire'

Model wears: £270, Percival, 43 Berwick Street, London W1F 8SB; percivalclo.com

A permanent home for Percival

The stylish menswear brand has graduated from a series of pop-ups to its own store in Soho, says Rebecca Gonsalves

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