Blowing It

The paranoia of the super-rich

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Ecuador is not a natural home for the super-rich. But it is the cheapest place to get kidnapped.

The secret rules of how to get ahead

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If you want to join the ranks of the elite, you need to know how to dress for it.

Two different ways to enjoy riches

The only people who say money doesn’t make you happy are rich people who want it to be a secret.

A fair-value $2m dinner

Fireworks in Singapore

A $2m dinner sounds extravagant. But it’s actually better value than you might think.

The Rio games: why so green?

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Were Rio’s green pools all part of an elaborate marketing ploy?

Cameron’s budget-busting holiday

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After six years as prime minister, David Cameron is entitled to push the boat out.

The dubious charms of Monaco

Philip Green © Alamy

Even Monaco, the playground of billionaires, wants to distance itself from the likes of Sir Philip Green.

Boris should have stuck to the comedy

In accepting a job that demands dullness, Boris Johnson is wasting his real talent – making people laugh.

Boris turns on the charm in Brussels

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Boris Johnson used his best assets to win over a room full of frowning foreign ministers.

Liz Hurley takes the Brexit whingers to task

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Actress Liz Hurley has been left decidedly unimpressive by the post-Brexit whinging.

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