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St Patrick's Day: 10 of the best facts

St Patrick's Day is celebrated on 17 March, when more than 13 million glasses of Guinness, the Dublin-brewed stout, will be drunk across the world to honour Ireland's national saint. 'Drowning the shamrock' Ireland's long-standing affiliation with the sh

Thursday, 16:30 in Auto
 

The best bouquets for Mother's Day

Paul Thomas For a more modern aesthetic, opt for the brilliantly bold bouquet The Maddox. Brimming with eye-popping corals, pinks and yellows that have been expertly combined to create a harmonious creation, featuring "candy pop" scabious,...

Thursday, 16:30 in Auto
 
Chatsworth: Five centuries of fashion

Chatsworth: Five centuries of fashion

The British aristocracy may routinely line the society pages of Tatler, but – apart from Princess Diana and Kate Middleton – are not such a regular sight across celebrity magazines' best-dressed lists. But a new exhibition at Chatsworth House seeks to de

Thursday, 15:48 in Auto
 

Nowruz: Feasting for Persian New Year

Who says we can only celebrate New Year once a year? With a new wave of Persian cuisine taking the UK – and our supermarket aisles – by storm, surely it is time to embrace Nowruz? Celebrated for over 3,000 years, the Persian New Year observed throughout

Thursday, 15:48 in Auto
 

The five most expensive smartphones in the world

They bring luxury to your fingertips – and you really wouldn't want to accidentally drop one of these mobile phones on to a hard surface.  Handsets made out of gold and platinum, boasting everything from diamonds to 200-year-old African Blackwood, can co

Thursday, 12:18 in Auto
 

North Korea blames US and South Korea for death of Kim Jong-nam

North Korea has refused to accept responsibility for the killing of Kim Jong-nam, instead shifting the blame to the US and South Korea which it says are trying to tarnish the country’s image. North Korea's deputy UN ambassador, Kim In Ryong, told a news

Thursday, 00:40 in Politics
 
Mini metropolis: A guide to Tallinn, Estonia

Mini metropolis: A guide to Tallinn, Estonia

The stereotypes are partly true: Tallinn is the chosen destination for many a stag do and beer is cheap here. But it’ll still be easy for those aboard British Airways’ new direct service from Heathrow (launching 28 March) to escape those numbered-T-shirt

15 March 2017 in Auto
 
Ralph Lauren: The Crested Blazer

Ralph Lauren: The Crested Blazer

Apparently, the term 'blazer' derives from the red jackets worn by the Lady Margaret Boat Club (1825), the rowing club of St John’s College, Cambridge. There is another story that the crew of HMS Blazer wore blue and white striped jackets before the Roya

15 March 2017 in Auto
 

All the world's a stage: Try an evening of immersive drama

Colab Theatre Innovative touring company Colab Theatre puts on pop-up shows around the UK to bring new and exciting productions to life. Its current project, Montagues And Capulets, resets Shakespeare's tragic love story to a warehouse squat in the 1990s

15 March 2017 in Auto
 

Pound drops 'like a rock' as Brexit bill is passed

Sterling is down markedly this morning, hitting an eight-week low against both the dollar and the euro as fears over Brexit again dominate sentiment. The pound fell 0.9 per cent to a little above $1.21, its lowest level since the middle of January, when

15 March 2017 in Auto
 

IndyRef2 polls: Support for Scottish independence at all-time high

Support for Scottish independence has doubled since 2012 to reach its highest level since records began in 1999, a new poll shows. That's good news for Scottish First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, who announced this week that she would call for a second inde

15 March 2017 in Politics
 

Valuable £5 notes: Which rare fivers are worth the most?

If you have a £5 note, you may want to take a closer look at it before you spend it. With the right serial number, it could be worth far more than its face value.  The Royal Mint released the polymer note, which features a portrait of Winston Churchill,

14 March 2017 in Auto
 

Hair Hiro: Supermodel Neelam Gill's stylist on the styles for spring

When Neelam Gill wants to get her hair cut in London, there is only one man to see - Hiro Miyoshi. Indeed, so pleased was the Burberry model with the result of a recent trip that she shared the results on her Instagram. Fresh haircut feeling cc: @hiromiy

14 March 2017 in Auto
 

Ivana Trump: What is the President's ex-wife doing now?

Donald Trump has been married not once, but three times - and his first wife Ivana is still stealing headlines. The 67-year-old Czech-born businesswoman married Trump in 1977 and is mother to his three eldest children, Ivanka, Eric, and Donald Trump Jr.

14 March 2017 in Politics
 
Don Juan in Soho: Patrick Marber on the West End revival

Don Juan in Soho: Patrick Marber on the West End revival

A veteran of British theatre, film and television, Patrick Marber's works include Dealer's Choice (winner of the 1995 Evening Standard Award for Best Comedy) and films Notes on a Scandal (Oscar-nominated) and Closer. As part of the On the Hour and The Da

14 March 2017 in Auto
 
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