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Shulamit Aloni was a legislator who championed civil rights and was fiercely critical of her country's treatment of Palestinian. Born in Tel Aviv between the wars, she was descended from Polish Jewish rabbinical families. Her life, as a fighter for equality and human rights, and her failure to change Israel's materialistic and paternalistc attitudes, closely reflect the troubled history of the Jewish state.

Anatomy of a suit: How to make a suit the keystone of your wardrobe

Any Tom, Dick or Harry can put on a suit, but it's attention to detail that will make you stand out from the crowd. Whatever your job, a suit can be used as a keystone of your wardrobe. But how much to spend? What colour? Which collar? What cuff? Lee Holmes has the answers

London mayor Boris Johnson urges EU vote before next election

Boris Johnson intensified the pressure on David Cameron today by calling for a vote on Britain’s place in Europe before the next general election.

Berkoff on his subject: 'Something about the tape measure around his neck gave him a sense of authority and dignity that made me think he himself might have been a bespoke tailor at one time.'

End of days in Berkoff's home patch

When Steven Berkoff was on the film set of The Girl with a Dragon Tattoo in LA, he often sneaked off to take photographs of downtown slums and nearby 1940s diner-style restaurants.

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Queen Elizabeth Hall, London

It was pure serendipity that Jocelyn Pook’s "Hearing Voices" for mezzo-soprano, recorded voices, and orchestra should chime so neatly with the debate which has suddenly broken out - not least in this newspaper - about how society treats mental illness.

Hello chaps, welcome to the club: Stores embrace the silent revolution in menswear

Menswear stores are bringing out the big guns in their battle with online retailers – and that means on-site barber shops and billiards tables

Severn taps into a price-rise boost

The cold, wet summer meant no need for extra watering on farms or gardens, sending Severn Trent's water consumption down nearly 3 per cent in the six months to October.

Severn Trent prospers as the prices tap is opened

The cold, wet summer meant no need for extra watering on farms or gardens, sending Severn Trent’s water consumption down nearly 3% in the six months to October.

Rain won’t stop play: Stay stylish come rain or shine...

Heritage meets hip in a new line of coats made by a British duo with industry credentials and a wicked sense of humour. David Hellqvist speaks to the hands  behind Hancock

How the Pope answered his tailors' prayers

The six newly created 'global' cardinals will still have to be kitted out in traditional style

Young Philby, By Robert Littell

Can this espionage story of the mythic Kim Philby give us something new?

Anthony Hilton: Let's stop kicking up a stink over Thames Water and just build this tunnel

Complaining about Thames’s financial structure should not delay the whole project

Take a seat: South Place’s guest lounge

Bank on a chic stay in the City

Room Service: South Place Hotel, London

Nadine Dorries MP was the first person evicted from the 2012 I'm A Celebrity... contest

I'm A Celebrity experience made Nadine Dorries 'not so self-important'

MP Nadine Dorries became the first person to be evicted from I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here! after 12 days in the jungle.

I'm A Celebrity contestants get ratty in the jungle after being trapped with rodents

I'm A Celebrity contestant Ashley Roberts earned immunity from being booted out of the jungle camp by watching rats mating on her bed, she has revealed.

Made In Chelsea's Hugo faces sewer pipe of pythons, toads and spiders in I'm A Celebrity...

The reality television star 'let out a few girlie screams'

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BBC heads to the Californian coast

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