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A record number of women are running for office. This election cycle, they didn't wait for an invite
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As temperatures drop and the days shorten, these tours offer the chance to throw off the woolly jumpers and enjoy an active, sunny winter adventure
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The Village Pub is located within sleepy Barnsley, a few miles east of Cirencester. The rooms feature ‘yummy boxes' stocked with Cotswolds lager and bubbly.
Ex-Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis recalls her holidays of a lifetime
Ex-Blue Peter presenter Janet Ellis discusses her love affair with Japan - and recalls taking her daughter, now pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor, on her honeymoon to Bali.
10 cracking Christmas holiday packages across the UK
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Former military lookout point perched on the Rock of Gibraltar is...
Built on the foundations of an anti-aircraft base used during the Second World War, the incredible viewing point stands taller than The Shard in London.
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