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The man who pays his way
The Scottish league leaders lost 3-0 to the Italian side
Shelley Rudman rose to the occasion once again yesterday as she was crowned world skeleton champion in St Moritz after beating her rivals by more than half a second.
"I hope that my work's universality will give it a longer shelf life"
Four UK cities are among Europe's top 10 fastest-growing tourist destinations.
Chelsea's dramatic victory over Shakhtar Donetsk, sealed with a last minute goal by Victor Moses, places their Champions League fate in their own hands.
Substitute secures late victory over stubborn Shakhtar but Terry is unhappy after being left on the bench
The name of Pininfarina is indelibly associated with the Ferrari supercar marque. The design house, which was led by Sergio Pininfarina for 40 years, created many legendary Ferrari designs, including the 250 GT Coupé (1958), the Daytona (1968) and the Testarossa (1984). His personal favourite was the 1965 Dino Berlinetta Speciale, the last model on which he worked with his father.
Arifa Akbar looks forward to Tate Modern's retrospective of the Italian artist Alighiero Boetti
Arifa Akbar looks forward to Tate Modern's retrospective of Italian artist Alighiero Boetti
'War Horse' may take some beating but the year ahead offers some other wonderful apparitions – such as 'Frankenweenie' and Sean Penn as a Goth
After successfully selling Beaufort Chalet d'Alpage from her garden shed in Highgate, north London, Patricia opened a cheese shop, La Fromagerie, in Highbury Park in 1992. Ten years later she opened a second on Marylebone High Street and has written two award-winning books, Cheese and The Cheese Room.