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Wrangler's new collection blends the brand's workwear heritage with grungy modern art. Longevity is in the jeans, says Harriet Walker
Magnifique! Wunderbar! The Franco-German All4One hammered home an emphatic win in the high-scoring coastal race off Sardinia to extend its lead in the Audi MedCup.
Picking themselves up, dusting themselves down, and starting all over again, the American team Quantum banged in a second and a first on the second day of the Sardinia Trophy, the third of five regattas in the Audi MedCup series.
Mendes, Spacey and a flick of Söze – this is not the usual 'Richard III'
Unauthorised biography charts John Bercow's rise from right-wing ideologue
High costs are an accepted part of college education in the US – and they pay for world-class teaching. Dr Terence Kealey, vice-chancellor of Britain's only private university, argues that it's time we followed America's example
Despite all the attention, the gap between male and female achievement is still growing.
Lucy Hodges gauges reactions from vice-chancellors and students
Lucy Hodges examines the pros and cons
A year on from his appointment as Speaker, John Bercow tells Steve Richards why he is determined to change the culture of the House – starting with Prime Minister's Questions
John Bercow was returned as Commons Speaker today after an attempt to remove him was cast aside by the vast majority of MPs.
Former Ukip leader Nigel Farage tonight spoke about his "miraculous escape" from a light plane crash after an election stunt went dramatically wrong.
Millionaire campaigner against immigration sees off four rivals to head party
Reforms of MPs' expenses will exclude one of the most serious and common abuses of the whole system
The biggest musical event this week isn't a concert at all, but it's coming to a popcorn pit near you. By the time I'm writing this and you're reading it, Michael Jackson was meant to have performed 27 dates of his This Is It farewell show at the O2 in London, with a further 23 to follow in the spring.
Falling property prices force the taxpayer to foot the bill for a multimillion-pound 'heritage deficit'