Beyoncé is set to return to UK shores for ten shows early next year

Beyonce announces UK tour in 2014

The singer will play ten dates in the UK and Ireland next year

Life's a beach: 'fingers' on Playa Brava

A big hand for Punta del Este

In this week's Lonely Planet 'Great Escape', discover Uruguay's jet-set beach resort, an Atlantic enclave with plenty of art and culture to explore on the side

Costa Coffee and Premier Inn boost sales at Whitbread

Strong demand for Costa coffee and a solid performance by budget Premier Inns saw a sharp rise in third-quarter sales at Whitbread, leaving it confident it will meet targets for the year

Teenage girl convicted of robbery after taking pre-crime selfie wielding knife

Police used the ill-thought-out pictures as evidence to catch the 17-year-old robber

'I'm experiencing austerity as well', says Princess Michael of Kent

Princess speaks of her love for the budget airline easyJet saying: 'it’s the only direct route to Biarritz'

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Sherlock series 3: Interactive trailer launched

Spoiler alert: Longer BBC trailer premieres on TV with more exclusive clips online

Man arrested after curry house manager dies following argument with customer

Diner and boss are reported to have had a dispute over the bill and quality of the food

The Cross, Kenilworth: Restaurant review - the grand dowager has had an expert facelift

It's a tricky decision for a lady of mature years. At what stage do you have work done, if at all? Do you slide into comfortable decrepitude? Or undergo a discreet cosmetic procedure, and run the risk of emerging with a startled, over-shiny face that looks too young for your body?

The singer was spotted in the £2,915 Christopher Kane parka with a real fur collar as she accompanied husband Jay Z to a vegan meal

Newly vegan Beyoncé wears fox fur to dine in meat free restaurant

The singer was spotted in the £2,915 Christopher Kane parka with a real fur collar as she accompanied husband Jay Z to a vegan meal

A digital depiction of a plan for Soho in 1954 shows the district built over with platforms, with glass-bottomed canals following street patterns and 24-storey towers

Exhibition reveals how London could have looked if radical development projects from the past century were given green light

From knocking most of Covent Garden to building castles in the sky over Soho, London would look very different today if it wasn’t for conservationists

Shop assistants Jools and Trudy of Liberty

Forget about romcoms – we want shop docs

London's Liberty department store follows Claridge's in allowing television cameras in

Café Murano: Restaurant review - Angela Hartnett's latest is worthy of its Michelin-starred sister up the road

When the Italian restaurant brings you focaccia and a bowl of olive oil, do you groan inwardly? It has become a standard-issue "freebie", but the olive oil is standard issue itself all too often. At Café Murano, the oil is so good that I could quite happily drink it (from Planeta, it's grassy and refined).

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