'We cannot do our best work with people getting in our way'
'I needed this picture more than... anyone could ever know. This is my family'
Collin Lieberg, 34, denies outraging public decency
The couple, from Northern Ireland, died after being caught in a rip tide at Plettenberg Bay
The crash had involved her family members and the bride rushed to the scene to help
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The bill covered the cost of two meals, plus tax and a service charge
A woman responded to her estranged parents' efforts to get an invite to her wedding by telling them to f*ck off in fancy serif font.
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On average, landlords visited their property three times in the last 12 months to carry out repairs
Running has brought me closer to my father I'm quite a girly girl, I have a sister and my mum's a dancer, so we'd all sit and talk about nail polish for hours. I didn't really have an adult-friendly relationship with my father and my brother; we didn't have anything in common. Then this huge common ground opened up with my running, as my dad ran several marathons in his younger years. He gave me such a consistent message throughout, always telling me I could do it, and changing my perception of myself.
Annabel Freyberg was, for 30 years, one of the most vivid and memorable figures in London journalism. An easy prose stylist and a sympathetic, sharp-eyed editor, she held senior editorial positions at The Independent (where she was deputy editor of the obituaries pages from 1995-99), the London Evening Standard, The World of Interiors, and the Daily Telegraph Magazine. She wrote with brio – and with a fresh, scholarly, and unexpected take – on fine and decorative arts, artists, interiors, houses and food. She published Ceramics for the Home (1999) and in recent years produced a handsome, quirky Teapot & Tea Calendar. That she should have delighted in teapots – the most practical, elegant but complicated product of the potter's art – was all of a piece with Freyberg, a trained artist and unfettered collector of objets d'art who understood the discipline and touch of a craftsman.
The Sherlock finale is already upon us, and looks to be a much darker episode
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Award recipients include long-serving MPs and Tory party donors