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Neelam Gill is Burberry’s first Indian model

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Voices in Danger: Syria is the most dangerous country in the world for journalists

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Katie Hopkins signs up for weight loss challenge after deliberately gaining three stone in three months

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Egypt’s message to US police backfires

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Lorry fire on M25 kicks off bank holiday weekend with two hour-long delays on road

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World's most expensive coffee? Black Ivory Coffee uses beans ingested by elephants

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Neelam Gill is Burberry’s first Indian model

Voices in Danger: Syria is the most dangerous country in the world for journalists

Katie Hopkins signs up for weight loss challenge after deliberately gaining three stone in three months

Egypt’s message to US police backfires

Lorry fire on M25 kicks off bank holiday weekend with two hour-long delays on road

World's most expensive coffee? Black Ivory Coffee uses beans ingested by elephants

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UK won’t work with Assad – Hammond

At 13:14:37 - 22 August 2014

Britain will not work with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the battle against Islamic State (IS) extremists, the foreign secretary has told the BBC. Former head of the Army Lord Dannatt and ex-Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind called for the move following the beheading of US journalist James Foley...

Entertainment

The Top Ten: Eggcorns

Eggcorns were named in 2003 by Geoffrey Pullum, a linguist, because this mishearing of 'acorn' is quite common. Ex-patriot Nick Morris’s favourite: Someone who previously loved their country but became so sick of it they relocated. Duct tape Amazingly, it was originally duck tape – strips of cotton duck cloth (from Dutch doek, canvas) made adhesive on one side. Foe par Citizen Sane s

Business

David Gandy fronts campaign for Savile Row tailor in Japanese expansion

Model David Gandy is helping a 208-year-old Savile Row tailor he favours himself in its bid to make it big in Japan. The top model is fronting a marketing campaign by Henry Poole & Co, which has made suits for Winston Churchill and Napoleon III, after the company struck a deal with Japanese fashion giant Onward Kashiyama to sell its suits across the country. The tailor has made suits for mem

World

Video: Tens of thousands of Chilean commuters locked in train carriages without lights after power cut shuts down underground network

It is the second power cut to affect the Santiago underground system in a week It is any commuter’s worst nightmare. When underground workers were eventually able to gain access to the trains and open the doors, commuters were escorted down the train lines and evacuated to nearby stations. The failure of the train system had a knock-on effect, with major traffic jams and an over-crowding o

Lifestyle

Glamorous Mykonos is the perfect Greek island for a luxury girls

I am a big fan of the Greek Islands – Our holiday brief was mixed – The airport is tiny so you can whip through it in no time and the whole island is small enough that transfers are usually under half an hour. On top of that, it’s beautiful – it’s not for nothing that in the last decade this has become one of the most visited, photographed and loved islands in the A

Politics

How Sam Cam’s ancestor ‘reinvented’ walking

In the late 19th Century, thousands came to watch one of the most gruelling events in sporting history. Under the rules of "pedestrianism", colloquially known as "go-as-you-please" racing, competitors could walk or run. The man who put up the money and gave his name to the gold and silver-decorated belt was the Conservative MP for North Lincolnshire, Sir John Dugdale Astley, the great-great-gran

England

Man killed by runaway van named

Michael John Mills, 54, was on Howard Street in Rotherham town centre when an empty black VW van is believed to have rolled forward into a pedestrian area and hit him, police said. Full Article Available At: BBC National News Read the full article right now: Click to read

Wales

WW1 hero to be honoured in home town

The first Welshman to be awarded the Victoria Cross for gallantry in World War One is to be honoured in his home town in Carmarthenshire. L/Cpl William Fuller rescued a wounded officer under heavy gun fire and also retrieved his rifle. The first of 16 in Wales was L/Cpl Fuller, who a month after being nominated for the award was seriously injured by shrapnel while dressing a colleague's wound. L

Scotland

McLeish: ‘Voting No is difficult’

Former First Minister Henry McLeish has told the BBC that voting "No" to independence "has become difficult". Speaking on BBC Radio Scotland's The Big Debate, Mr McLeish insisted he would still vote to maintain the Union. "But on the other hand, what I think we have to make sure of in this debate, whether you're voting 'Yes' or 'No' is to try and maybe understand, all of us, the full implication