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Una Stubbs as Mrs Alexander and Luke Treadaway as Christopher Boone

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Our writer fears the 'sand sandwiches' season is here again

Twig picture: Ron Mueck with his piece 'Woman with Sticks' (2008)

Sculptor who's branching out

Model-maker Ron Mueck's new show at London's Hauser & Wirth gallery features only four works, but Adrian Hamilton is still overwhelmed

Kate Humble: The dogs will have their day – until the summer

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<p>Ergonomically designed, with soft-touch moulded corners and feet and their padded frame has wipe-clean covers.</p>

The 10 Best travel cots

1. Mamas and Papas

£90 mamasandpapas.com

Ergonomically designed, with soft-touch moulded corners and feet and their padded frame has wipe-clean covers.

Institut Esthederm Light Self-Tanning Face Cream
£26, spacenk.co.uk

How to be beautiful: Self-tanning

The potions on our bathroom shelves provide an uncomfortably intimate map of our physical insecurities. Yet many of us are far less embarrassed by our arsenal of wrinkle creams and blemish zappers than by that lone bottle of fake tan.

Shark attack kills British groom on honeymoon in Seychelles

A British honeymooner was killed in a shark attack in the Seychelles yesterday as his new bride looked on.

Minor British Institutions: The silly season

News stories about saucily-shaped vegetables and silhouettes of religious leaders appearing on pieces of toast feature year-round, and are now much more widely circulated by the new media.

Tanning: Let the sunshine in

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The Blagger's Guide To...Greatest holiday reads ever

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Teenagers 'more likely to sunburn'

Teenagers and people in their 20s are more likely to get sunburned and sit out during the hottest part of the day than those who are older, research shows.

Susannah Shops: The sweet smell of Sisley

It has taken me no less than 40 years to realise what health experts have known all along: that sunscreens actually work.

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