In Hull, Newcastle and around the country these community assets face closure
Camp life for the celebrities will be shaken up by two new arrivals tonight
Forget spray-tanned mini Kardashians, the idea behind the treatments at the spa I took my sister to is to teach teenagers about their skin, and how to be comfortable in it
Pamper yourself into blissful oblivion before the festive season arrives in this selection of the finest spas in the country
Andy Murray begins defence of his crown
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Treatment of the month
The website: Historic Britain allows you to book B&Bs, hotels and holiday lets with notable character. Properties range from a 15th-century manor house B&B to an 18th-century Cotswold farmhouse (historicbritain.com).
Tickets only £20 (usually £32.50)
The Hedonist: What to see and where to be seen
MOD lawyers pressed on with prosecution of soldier over souvenir pistol despite medical report that could exonerate him
The BBC defended its Panorama film about North Korea as being “strongly in the public interest”. One certainly imagines a lot more members of the public were interested after the row over the methods employed in filming it, which included its excitable reporter John Sweeney growing a beard and — if you buy the line of attack mounted by academics at the London School of Economics — using innocent students as camouflage. But the question only the film itself could answer was whether it actually contained anything that would interest the public — this being the kind of country where they may let the occasional Trojan horse in but never, ever leave it unattended long enough for the occupants to climb out and get up to mischief.
Middlethorpe Hall and Spa is a York institution: a gorgeous red-brick William and Mary country house, built in 1699 and lovingly refurbished into a sumptuous, historic hotel.
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