Train staff 'refuse to pour tea into mugs for first class passengers'
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New airport scanners could mean you'll never have to remove items from luggage again
London's Heathrow Airport is trialling new x-ray scanners that could eliminate the need to remove items from hand luggage.
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Britain's seaside shelters - in pictures
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Was the Queen sending coded messages to Donald Trump via her brooches? Absolutely
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7 Places Around the World Where Uber Is Banned
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Is this the end of Sydney's iconic Luna Park
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Great British Boltholes: Inside quirky Welsh B&B Llwyn Helyg
Llwyn Helyg is set in the Tywi Valley between Carmarthen and Llandeilo. Its star attraction is a 'Listening Room', which is home to a huge sound system.
Author Wilbur Smith recalls his holidays of a lifetime
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The 10 best European drives revealed
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From Soweto to Cape Town: Following in the footsteps of Nelson Mandela
Tom Chesshyre travelled to South Africa to tour the sights connected to Mandela. He visited the famous freedom fighter's old home and the jail where he spent much of his captivity.