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Wimbledon: Roger Federer continues to see off home hopes with ease

Wimbledon: Roger Federer continues to see off home hopes with ease Roger Federer was in fine form as he overcame home hope Dan Evans on Friday night (Getty) Andy Murray had company for longer than usual at a Grand Slam tournament but after five days here the Scot is in his usual situation as the…

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Tour de France 2016: Mark Cavendish wins on stage six for 29th victory

Tour de France 2016: Mark Cavendish wins on stage six for 29th victory Mark Cavendish moved into second place all-time for Tour de France stage wins as he collected his 29th victory on stage six in Montauban on Thursday. Cavendish’s third win of the 2016 Tour came ahead of Germany’s Marcel Kittel, and a fine…

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Mens Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion Trend: Red

Mens Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion Trend: Red Seeing Red For such an unabashedly upfront colour, red can be deceptively difficult to wear. On the one hand, its bold and uncomplicated, and true reds will suit almost every skin tone. On the other side of the coin, the raw power of the hue can make potential wearers…

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Sports Direct cuts staff bonus after profits fall 15%

Sports Direct cuts staff bonus after profits fall 15% Around 2,000 Sports Direct employees will not get their staff bonus this year after annual profits tumbled 15 per cent, worse than expectations, as the retailer continued to battle reputational damage relating to allegations of poor working conditions for staff. The retailer posted a pre-tax profit for the year to…

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10 Of The Best Mens Basics Brands

10 Of The Best Mens Basics Brands The Best Mens Wardrobe Basics Regardless of taste, budget or fashion preferences, every man needs a solid set of style staples in his wardrobe. From plain white T-shirts to simple thrown-on jumpers, a good selection of basics will serve you well, day after day, year after year. But…

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The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry – book review: A thing of beauty inside and out

The Essex Serpent by Sarah Perry – book review: A thing of beauty inside and out Serpent’s Tail £14.99 (pp. 418) Sarah Perry’s new novel The Essex Serpent is a thing of beauty inside and out. I don’t think I’ve ever mentioned a book’s cover in a review before, but Peter Dyer’s William Morris-inspired design…

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What To Keep And What To Chuck For 2016

What To Keep And What To Chuck For 2016 New year, new you. Or at least, newish you. The roll into January means its time for a wardrobe clear out, if only to make space for those fire finds from the high street fire sales. But unless grandma tucked an especially generous cheque into this…

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June 2015s Hottest Mens Trainer Releases

June 2015s Hottest Mens Trainer Releases To help navigate the minefield that is trainer releases, weve rounded up the most coveted styles and new shoes to look out for this month, from designer collaborations to limited edition colour ways. So, if youre looking to invest in a new pair or just want to know whats…

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How to spice up your summer suppers with Korean influences

How to spice up your summer suppers with Korean influences It’s oh-so easy to fall into a cooking rut. We all do it. You find yourself time pressed and whip up the same dish again and again. Sure they loved your tuna surprise the first hundred times you made it but now it’s greeted with…

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Chilcot report: If there’s one word to describe the UK’s approach to military action in Iraq, it’s ‘amateurism’

Chilcot report: If there’s one word to describe the UK’s approach to military action in Iraq, it’s ‘amateurism’ The British involvement in the Iraq War began as an ill-considered demonstration of strength in alliance with the US and ended up six years later as a demonstration of weakness.  Much of what is in the Chilcot…

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