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A teenage girl told a court today how a crush on her maths teacher led to secret sex sessions and the pair running away to France together.
View From the Sofa
Ben Sherman is celebrating five decades of innovation with a collection inspired by the Sixties Jazz scene. Lee Holmes looks back at the British brand’s rich history
What we love, we're not sure about, we're buying and can't wait for...
Keep your little ones warm and cosy this winter with one of the wooliest, snuggliest jumpers around
This old sea-captain's home is a great coastal getaway, whether you have four legs or two, says Rhiannon Batten
My parents were... great role models, especially my mum – she was my best friend. My dad really helped push my career, to the extent of taking me to gigs in the back of his meat van.
Exhibits in the Stephen Lawrence murder trial were not tampered with despite one officer deliberately sabotaging his own records, a court heard today.
A jacket belonging to Stephen Lawrence was stored in the same outer bag as clothing seized from one of the men suspected of his murder, a court heard today.
Jessica Duchen says it's sartorial snobbery
Lace, pearls and chaste chiffon gave the spring collections a girlish lightness of touch, says Susannah Frankel
While civil servants write in an obfuscating style, pithy old words in the English language have been declared extinct
Looking to update your wardrobe? Stylist Lee Holmes selects the styles that will keep you on trend this season
Tomboys, vamps and foil-clad dolly birds...Take inspiration from the catwalk, says Susannah Frankel, and an autumn season that is brilliantly diverse
Proud moments don't come often in a hacker's life so it was a rare treat to be presented with a handsome silver bowl on the sun-bathed terrace of Cardigan Golf Club overlooking the Teifi estuary last Wednesday.