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It’s the journey, rather than the destination

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Thousands of Spaniards filled city squares and camped out across the country to protest against government austerity before regional elections today which are likely to deal a blow to the Socialist government.

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Female mid-life crisis: Has an epidemic of narcissism made women delusional?

The vogue for middle-aged women finding themselves – and then writing tell-all books about it – has become big business. But it makes their journeys of discovery as predictable as the daily commute, says Charlotte Raven
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