Blowing It

Getting ready for doomsday

Preparing for the end of the world is an expensive business.

A cautionary tale for sugar babies

Sugar daddy flanked by two young women © Getty images

Would-be “sugar babies” should heed the bizarre case of fashion designer Alexandra Subris.

Beauty secrets of Prince Harry’s girl

Meghan Markle

Prince Harry’s squeeze Meghan Markle has an odd trick for keeping the wrinkles at bay.

Steve Bloom: the Basil Fawlty of booksellers

Hawes, Yorkshire

There has to be room for the grumpy – even in the Dales.

The really wild parties are in the sticks

Posh garden party © Getty images

If you thought rural life was all about long walks in the countryside, you’re in for a shock.

Cameron licks his wounds

David Cameron © Rex Features

David Cameron has been out of the public eye since stepping down as prime minister. So what has he been up to?

Trump’s glitterball of rococo kitsch

Donald and Melania Trump © Rex Features

President-elect Donald Trump’s sheer lack of taste is his best security measure.

A career imperilled by a petty complaint

WPC's hat © Getty images

What Rebekah Sutcliffe did was wrong. But should she really face the sack?

A heartless plan for Hyde Park

Wentworth Woodhouse

German architect and theorist Patrik Schumacher’s suggestion to pave over Hyde Park has won few fans.

The soulless life of Donald Trump

Donald Trump © Rex Features

Donald Trump’s biographer delved into the soul of the now president-elect. Or rather, he didn’t.

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