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Windows on the WAGs

A £15 million mansion fit for a self-made tycoon or an upwardly mobile WAG   While the youth of the Kings Road and Loughton have featured...

Boat it like Beckham

The ultimate souvenir of the 2012 Olympics?   On Friday 27th July, a boat sped up the Thames that was watched by an estimated 900 million...

Picture of the Week: Sinking and stupid

A pair of pillocks piddling about in a puddle   All of us who drive have made stupid mistakes but most of us, at worst, have...

Don't duck, duck

Matthew Steeples discovers the truth about the origins of the Gressingham duck   I grew up in North Lancashire and spent much time in the Lune...

The land of Tarka and Salar

The North Devon countryside that inspired Henry Williamson, R. D. Blackmore and Charles Kingsley   Much of my childhood was spent reading the works of superb...

What next for Battersea Power Station?

The sale of Battersea Power Station to SP Setia and Sime Darby   Battersea Power Station has for so long has been the saddest landmark in...

No. 25 - Steven Berkoff

Steven Berkoff is a titan of the stage and a might with a pen. He’s best known for playing the darkest of characters but...

No. 24 - Gary Hazell

This gent has a knowledge of spirits second to none, but he’s now also found a new vocation with his “tales by the riverbank”...

A chic serpent

A review of Roberto Cavalli Vodka The Italian fashion designer Roberto Cavalli is best known for using exotic wild animal prints in his creations and...
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