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Dip a toe in the new season with a splash of colour: bold shades and softer pastels will enliven even the bleakest mid-winter wardrobe

Get your passports out! Forget the snow and winter's relentless icy grip, where are the best getaways for a warming early break?

Ranging from 20C to a blistering 31C, Sophie Lam and Ben Ross have suggestions for holidays to thaw your spirit

Canterbury court sentences royal car protester Jonathan Elliott

A protester has been bound over to keep the peace for 12 months after he lunged at a car carrying the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall before the Archbishop of Canterbury's enthronement.

Swedish church camp issues 'sex diplomas' to 14-year-olds on 'Love and Sexuality' course

Students were given a certificate stating they were "qualified for sex"

You've been framed: What happened when GQ Style turned artists into models?

Their portraits, whether photographic, sculptural or painted, are captivating. But now the cameras have been turned on Sam Taylor-Johnson, Marc Quinn, Mat Collishaw and Julie Verhoeven...

Click on the gallery above to see the images

Youth stabbed at entrance to London court

A young male was stabbed in the entrance to a court building today and a gang of youths was seen running from the scene.

Wilfried Zaha

Wilfried Zaha T-shirt mystery solved

He is yet to be formally unveiled as a Manchester United player but Wilfried Zaha has already found himself in the eye of a twitterstorm.

Seydou Keita celebrates Mali’s winner against Niger yesterday

African Cup of Nations: Seydou Keita pleads for peace after notching late goal for Mali

Seydou Keita's perseverance brought Mali a 1-0 win over Niger when the skipper pounced on a late goalkeeper mistake to give his troubled West African nation the first victory of the tournament.

London police to be based in post offices as Scotland Yard makes £500m cuts

Police services will be offered in a Post Office in a trial scheme held as Scotland Yard faces making cuts of £500 million.

Man who had jaw broken in random assault on his birthday was 'targeted by thug purely because he had red hair'

Alex Kosuth-Phillips was celebrating his 23rd birthday when a stranger approached him in a pizza restaurant

A sign outside a hotel at Newtown

Newtown: Girl Scouts come together to support their own

Eight of the 12 girls killed in last week's shooting rampage at the Sandy Hook Elementary School were Girl Scouts.

Look who's smooching who at Downton Abbey this Christmas Special

Teaser trailer reveals exciting goings on at the Granthams' <b>*Spoiler alert!*</b>

A model tries out the look, the range in full; all ACNE, mrporter.com

Smarten up for the party season

Swedish label ACNE has teamed up with Mr Porter to produce a tuxedo collection to see you into the New Year in style, says Rebecca Gonsalves

Woman murdered husband with scissors in row over tidying up

A four-times-married woman murdered her latest husband with a pair of dress-making scissors after he refused to help her tidy up, a court heard.

Halloween on a budget: DIY costumes for lazy people

Love making stuff, or hate spending money on costumes? Check out our guide to making Halloween costumes...the lazy way!

Jason Roberts took a 10-point anti-racism plan to PFA last year

Jason Roberts will again refuse to wear Kick It Out T-shirt

Jason Roberts has again refused to wear a T-shirt in support of anti-racism campaign group Kick It Out this weekend but gave his tentative support to the Professional Footballers Association's six-point plan designed to eradicate the problem within the game.

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