What’s the best way to sell your house to a potential buyer? Put a pot of coffee on to brew before they arrive or make sure there are fresh flowers in every room when your estate agent comes around to take some pictures for its online listing? Well, one enterprising vendor in east London has given their bedroom a boudoir feel by leaving a racy fuchsia negligee, complete with bottle of red and two glasses on the bed for the estate agent’s snapper to capture.
A glass of the pink stuff is perfect for a summer’s day, so make sure you’ve got a chilled bottle ready for warmer weather...
The Bulgarian pin-up is at the centre of a Wimbledon love feud. Charlotte Philby finds out if he has anything to get off his chest
Out of ideas for a dinner party? Why not serve up a dish made out of the heads of two children stewed in their own blood encased in a pie-crust of their ground down bones? Such is the notoriously grisly fare of Shakespeare's revenge tragedy Titus Andronicus and, in a cheeky nod to the play's nasty nosh, two chefs at the RSC's Rooftop Restaurant in Stratford-upon-Avon have devised a Titus Andronicus-themed pie with a steak and KIDney (boom boom) filling as a culinary accompaniment to the RSC's new production.
Victory for Wigan would have put Newcastle in the relegation zone
The 200 strawberry-pickers, many of them from Bangladesh, had been working on the Greek farm for six months without pay. So they went to see the boss. But instead of leaving with their money, they were shot
A restored 16th-century house brings up-cycled style to the heart of south-west France, as Laura Holt discovers
When two English greats – William Morris and Barbour– are brought together, the results are picture perfect
Victors enter spotlight as faces of two very different sports
Hereford's MP says his constituency has great restaurants; is his campaigning justified?
This week I've been eating... Donostia cod cheeks
A drop of rain could not affect sartorial standards at Royal Ascot today - and even a dog was appropriately dressed for Ladies' Day.
Decades of legal and illegal agricultural exploitation have brought western Europe's most important wetland to crisis point