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Jamie Oliver has compared unhealthy packed lunches with child abuse and said the Government should do more to improve school meals.
You don't have to be a hipster to dine at The Clove Club – just open the door (if you can)
The brother of former EastEnders actress Gemma McCluskie was today sentenced to life imprisonment with a minimum term of 20 years for killing her.
With the BIG programme, Cisco is doing all it can to support and accelerate high-tech innovation across the UK
Belgraves, which occupies the former Sheraton Belgravia, is the first European venture for Thompson Hotels, a group that made its name with a collection of boutique properties in Manhattan. Its US hotels are known for design-led chic, though they retain a level of affordability, and Belgraves follows the same model.
Archaeologists in London have discovered the remains of an early playhouse used by William Shakespeare's company where Romeo and Juliet and Henry V were first performed.
Nike event is kicked into touch but Ferdinand row continues to hang over England manager
Documentary about the tragic death of Justin Fashanu is a powerful reminder of a prejudice that still shames British football
A new documentary about the tragic death of Justin Fashanu is a powerful reminder of a prejudice that still shames British football
There's plenty of waterside fun to be had this summer.
Photographer Stephen Wright says his eleven-year-old son Paul tells him to turn his music down and can’t understand why his old music photos are in black and white.
It borders on the twee. That it doesn't cross the frontier is the reason this is worth your attention.
Move will only drive sex workers underground
In the 25 years since he opened his indie interiors store, SCP, Coakley has become a champion of British designers – and a hero to hip homemakers.
Ken Livingstone, Labour's candidate for London Mayor, is parting ways with Press TV, the English-language news channel funded by the Iranian government. Livingstone has filmed a series of seven monthly book review shows, but claims he'd never planned any further programmes for the channel, which many consider a mere mouthpiece for beige-loving Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Unkind commentators suggest Ken's announcement came coincidentally close behind news that NatWest has frozen the channel's British trading account, thus preventing any payments to its contributors. I, for one, prefer to imagine he was following the lead of this column's favourite Estonian (I only know the one) glamour model-bothering ex-MP for Montgomeryshire, Lembit Opik, who – as I exclusively revealed some months ago, though it went bafflingly unreported elsewhere – left Press TV so as to sever any "controversial links" prior to his own proposed campaign for the mayoralty. Expect to see Ken on Celebrity Come Dine With Me in the very near future.