JAN MOIR: Within days of its publication, Endgame has already been described as a poisonous exercise in vengeance and, believe me, that is almost one of the positives.
The two rundown homes made of brick-coloured corrugated sheets, featuring large bay windows, in Crumlin near Blackwood in Gwent, are in a 'poor state of repair' according to the listing.
The tiny beach shack is a simple corrugated hut but overlooks the sandy beach in the village of Abersoch, North Wales - which has been dubbed 'Cheshire by the Sea' due to the rise of second homeo...
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When plants lose their leaves it might seem like the end of the story, but for some species, the moment they cast off their foliage is when they come into their own.
As we move into the darkest time of the year, raise your spirits by planting a winter container. Wallflowers (Erysimum) are biennial. Plant them now for their foliage and they will reward you.
EXCLUSIVE: The one-bed flat from the hit BBC series the Detectorists is up for sale for £200,000 - driving super fans to suggest clubbing together to buy the iconic Suffolk property.
Actress ISLA FISHER on family roots, her charity work as a Save the Children ambassador - and a meaningful gift from husband Sacha Baron Cohen
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Red Rock Island - also known as Moleta and Golden Rock - is set to come in hot on the San Francisco Bay housing market at $25 million, a bargain for owning a private island
The A-list can't get enough of LISA KAY's shoe brand Sole Bliss. Claudia Joseph meets the woman with a knack for blending red-carpet style with serious comfort
Fashion columnist and influencer Joanne Hegarty
No need to go OTT with the party make-up, says Rosie Green - just amp up your usual look
Out, proud and extremely loud, actress MIRIAM MARGOLYES, 82, talks to Nick Curtis about love, death and laying off J K Rowling
Stripped of high-summer foliage, Britain's finest gardens assume a stark beauty in winter
Master arrowsmith HECTOR COLE's museum-quality pieces are prized across the globe. He tells Maddy Fletcher how his boyhood passion was forged
Our fact-filled, fluff-free page of travel, fitness or wellness
Oisín Davis 's cocktails of the unexpected will get you in the seasonal spirit
Turn meatballs into mini burgers for brilliantly easy party bites
Tom adores the heat and spice of the offerings at Kolae, a top Thai spot in Borough Market, London
Interiors editor Nicole Gray challenges your home's eco credentials
Maverick rule-breaker EGLANTYNE JEBB was an unlikely founder of Save the Children but is one of history's greatest heroes, says writer Charlotte Bogard Macleod
Your stars for this week by Sally Brompton
The UK has come out top for women binge drinking
Meet the antiques dealers who created a perfectly serene country-cottage home by blending pale fabrics, vintage finds and weathered woods
From all manner of animals to pretty paisleys, Stephanie Sofokleous unveils the season's standout designs - and the hero pieces in which to pull them off
Wardrobe staples for everyone by fashion stylist Arabella Greenhill
The celebrity chef, 76, tells Tom Parker Bowles about Italian Mafia moments, memorable millefeuilles - and a freeze-dried lamb dish he will never forget
As a Russian journalist, Elena Kostyuchenko knew her job made her a target. Here she recalls how, after reporting from Ukraine, she fell violently ill. Had she been poisoned?
It's been a tough few years for designer KAREN MILLEN but the fashion favourite is back in business, says Maddy Fletcher
Our relationships counsellor Caroline West-Meads answers your problems
Candid, confessional, controversial
Everyone loves them; no one can agree on the best way to make them. Tom Parker Bowles digs deep to uncover the secrets of the ultimate roastie
EXCLUSIVE: Herculas Pretorius, 62, who is building an extension to his property at the top of the cliffs in St Leonards, says the finger of blame for the slide is wrongly pointed in his direction...
There is a conundrum in British housing. Everybody knows we need to build more homes but we cannot agree on where to build them.
Whether you are a cool Yule minimalist or a winter wonderland maximalist, you can make your home look more welcoming for the festive season.
The holiday season is almost upon us, and we don't just mean the festive one. Now is the time to book that half-term break or summer escape - once the midwinter is upon us what else is there to d...
This sequel to the ever-popular How The Grinch Stole Christmas captures all the energy, mayhem and humour of Dr Seuss's original.
Comedian and writer Adrian Edmondson would take War And Peace to a desert island. He read Leo Tolstoy's work for the first time in 2016 when he played a part in the TV version of the book.
A book to be praised as much for the presentation as for the contents, these classic crime stories come in an attractive pocket edition wrapped in a seasonal jacket.
Audrey is a Chinese-American super-achiever who lives in New York City. A high-powered job and old-money boyfriend mean her Midwest immigrant background is now behind her.
The title of this endlessly unpackable novella, also the name of the disguised-but-graphic nude painting at its heart, is ambiguous. Is it a chilling prediction, or does it point to a wished-for ...
Growing up in West Philadelphia, Will Smith saw his father, Daddio, punch his mother so hard she collapsed. One of Daddio's bizarre acts of control proved to be a useful life lesson.
Bazball is a book about he transformation of the Test team from dreary also-rans to tough competitors full of attacking flair and demonstrating joy in all they do thanks to coach Brendon 'Baz' Mc...
In The Truth Detective, science writer and 'semi-pro' poker player Alex O'Brien's basic thesis is that learning and playing poker can help you in life and make us all into better, more rounded pe...
Neil Oliver never says he doesn't believe in ghosts, but his book offers just as many rational explanations for sightings as it does sightings themselves.
We published an article on 5 July reporting on the removal of Dr Jayne Donegan from the medical register, which suggested that her striking-off was partly in relation to GMC allegations that she....
For those across the UK who own a Ring doorbell, you may be pleased to hear of a free upgrade that has appeared on accounts nationwide this month - the arrival of all new British accents for Quic...
I was 19 and in my first year at university when I discovered that truth could be scarier than fiction. Back then, stalking was something that happened to Hollywood actresses or TV personalities.
From restoring a 600-year cave house in the countryside to renovating an old water tower in central London, Grand Designs has seen its fair share of intriguing projects.
With the scaling back of HS2 and the advance of ultra-low emission zones, opting for a home on a bus route could be a canny move.
A fairytale style cottage shaped like a mushroom has gone on the market for £350,000. The two-bedroom home built in the early 1800s and dubbed 'The Mushroom House' is located in Haringey.
Capsicum are perennials and with a little care over winter they can last for several years. They cannot survive temperatures which regularly dip below 10c (50f), and a single frost can kill them.
November is the start of bareroot rose planting season, which continues until March. It is more economical to buy roses when they are dormant and gives them a better chance to establish.
The cosy cottage lies right next to the tracks at Beasdale Station - an operational railway station located in Druimindarroch, Scottish Highlands.
Playwright Eve Ensler, 70, is the creator of The Vagina Monologues, which she first performed in 1996 then published in 1998 - 25 years ago. The work was made up of a series of monologues.
How sustainable is your wardrobe? Stephanie Sofokleous challenges Daphine's £85 ring.
JOANNE HEGARTY: Female friendships tend to be more emotionally driven. But have you ever asked your other half about his pals' lives?
Stylist and co-founder of Collagerie Lucinda Chambers, potter and interior designer Jonathan Adler and White Company founder Chrissie Rucker share how they make their homes sparkle.
SALLY BROMPTON tells Scorpios that if something is slipping away, they should let it go, even hurry it on its way. The sooner it is history the sooner something better will come along.
Fancy a romantic city break in Tuscany without the tourist hordes? Sidestep Florence, Siena and Pisa, and instead head to Lucca, a gorgeous medieval city that's blissfully quiet.
We are brainwashed into thinking Christmas must be perfect. Rookie error. Christmas Day should be unpredictable. A bit mad and untethered.
The late HILARY MANTEL believed perfumes are not so much objects as performances, but we lack a process to appraise them. In this essay, which appeared in Vogue, she makes sense of scents.
Fashion stylist Arabella Greenhill looks at how to go glam for the festive season if you're not a fan of garish glitter.
We've picked out this season's most striking partywear from all your favourite High Street stores, including Mint Velvet, Karen Millen, Kurt Geiger and River Island. Get ready to shine!
From showstopper tubs to skinny showers, interiors editor NICOLE GRAY introduces new bathroom trends to channel - and tells us which ones it's time to say bye-bye to.
There's a jewellery trend for all to treasure this season, from subtle to statement. Whether you're looking for gems, letters, retro, mixed metals or kitsch, you'll find the perfect piece right h...
Caroline West-Meads advises a 65-year-old man whose father, 86, has signs of dementia. The man worries that his sister - who is their father's carer - may be taking advantage of his mental state.
This week Anna Pursglove delves into the egos of old men, starting by taking a look at Robert De Niro's recent court case.
THE BIG GIFT GUIDE covers beauty, accessories, books, food and drink, gardening, tech, and interiors, not forgetting exciting presents for the kids and those all important stocking fillers.
LIZ JONES: I haven't had a text from David 1.0 for two weeks. Is this normal in a relationship that has just been rekindled? Since making three new girlfriends at a retreat, they have sent 90 mes...
A restaurant gift card is the best present you can buy for someone who has everything. Here, TOM PARKER BOWLES reveals six of his top picks in England, Scotland and Wales.
ROSIE GREEN'S main takeaway from three decades in beauty is we are all individuals. So don't feel lacking if you don't follow a beauty diktat dreamed up by a marketing team.
They've been around since 5000BC when caskets were used by men and women in ancient Egypt as they believed jewellery had a spiritual significance.
Many of us have been putting it off. But with colder days marking the onset of winter, it seems we have little choice but to crank up the heating.
A picture tells a thousand words. With more than 2,000 images included in The Graphic Design Sourcebook, it seems as though Robert Opie has a lot to say.
On the battlefields of World War I, a shell-shocked, badly injured English soldier stares into the dead eyes of a young man killed in battle, desperately trying to take refuge in memories of his ...
Samantha Harvey never writes the same book twice: her novels have included All Is Song, drawn on the life of an ancient Greek philosopher, and The Western Wind, a medieval murder-mystery.
Rani is struggling with her identity, obsessed with the idea she's not fulfilling the potential of her Oxford degree as she's looking after her two small children full time.
To write your first novel at the age of 90 is no small feat, but it did not deter movie legend Michael Caine, and the result is hugely entertaining.
If she were to be stranded on a desert island, writer JILLY COOPER would take the Oxford Book Of Quotations, so she could ward off loneliness by devouring her favourite authors.
David Burroughs is five years into a life sentence for murdering his three-year-old son, Matthew. He knows he didn't kill his child, but still feels that he deserves to lose his liberty for faili...
Rebecca Gibb's gallop through wine fraud down the ages shows how the authenticity of wines is a grey area which relies heavily on expert opinion, something which has proved to be all too fallible...
Everything to Play For: The QI Book of Sports is packed with hilarious and interesting facts and stories. It's the perfect gift for any sports-mad person you know.
This view of the Beatles through the eyes of their closest aide shows not just the workload of the group, but how the Beatles' demands became part of the crumbling scaffolding of Mal Evans's life...
Sally Brompton tells Scorpios a New Moon makes all things possible if you know what you want and are prepared to make sacrifices.
Ronnie Corbett bought the Grade II listed property from a company who was, unbeknownst to him, connected to Danny Pembroke, unmasked in 2019 as one of the Great Train Robbers.
Data from the ONS has shown that houses in Kensington and Chelsea are 12 times more expensive on average than those in Burnley which can go for £104,626.
Wales' Powys has seen the biggest house price gains over the past year and has something for everyone. We track down five interesting properties for sale there.
Strictly Come Dancing star Layton Williams, 29, grew up on a council state in Bury in Greater Manchester before getting his first major acting break as the lead role in Billy Elliot The Musical a...
Ms Cotton is thought to have lived in the Grade II property in Richmond from 2004 while presenting BBC One music show Top of the Pops. The cottage boasts a 'unique' history and layout.
UK expert CIAR BYRNE encourages gardeners to buy homegrown British plants. As well as helping UK nurseries, this will reduce the number of pests and diseases being brought into the country.
This week, Eleanor Maidment prepares orecchiette pasta with broccoli and anchovy sauce, which is based on a typical dish from Puglia, for just £1.22 per person.
Luke, of Just Gardens, had been told to keep off the Russian vine, but it had become 'too much' for him and he cut it down regardless. Then he threw his cuttings back over the fence to next door.
Novelist Barbara Taylor Bradford, 90, shares her secrets for a happy life, from refraining from arguing in public to remembering to tell your partner you love them.
LIZ JONES: I was going to write this column about the new edition of Vogue, which is devoted to the closure of Vogue House on Hanover Square. The issue is dedicated to the end of an era.
EXCLUSIVE: The mews house in swanky Belgravia has lain empty for years after Ghislaine was engulfed in the sex trafficking storm involving her former friend, Jeffrey Epstein .
Graham Harvey writes about his experiences with writing for iconic British soap, The Archers and how the character Elizabeth was inspired by a young love.
Fashion stylist ARABELLA GREENHILL'S latest wardrobe staple is the suede jacket. It's a cooler (literally) alternative to leather and is easier to wear owing to its softer, more supple nature.
Bonkbuster queen Jilly Cooper has just published her latest novel, Tackle!, the 11th book in the Rutshire Chronicles series.
Tom Parker Bowles visits Sea Salt + Sole in Dyce, Aberdeen and finds a salt-of-the-earth chippie worthy of Rick Stein - just much cheaper. Within four minutes, everything is gone.
The 1990s are back! Only this time we're not talking cargo trousers or brown lipstick, but step aerobics. The famous workout was born after American fitness instructor Gin Miller was given injury...
Chakrabarti was born in Hull and raised in Birmingham as the younger daughter of Bengali Hindu parents: her father, now in his 90s, is an orthopaedic surgeon.
Documentary filmmaker Simon Reeve, 51, tells Samuel Fishwick tales of deadly moonshine, cognac with an ex president of Moldova and why he poured vodka into his sock.
Fashion columnist JOANNE HEGARTY celebrates the timeless style of Carolyn Bessette Kennedy ahead of the publication of CBK: Carolyn Bessette Kennedy - A Life in Fashion.
Whether your hands are seriously dry or just looking lacklustre, professional help is here: cosmetic doctor Dr Ifeoma Ejikeme shares her happy-hand tactics below.
This week's dishes are taken from charity cookbook These Delicious Things, featuring recipes from top chefs, including Rachel Khoo, Yotam Ottolenghi and Stanley Tucci.
Arthur Parkinson, 30, from Nottingham, got his first chicken aged seven and has owned 40 throughout his life. In August, 10 of the 14 chickens he was looking after were killed in a vicious fox at...
This week Caroline West-Meads warns a grandmother whose 20-year-old grandson has become grumpy and goes to the gym all the time that he might be taking anabolic steroids.
A mother-of-three, Sofie Berzon Mackie was at home at Be'eri kibbutz, where she has lived for more than 30 years, on October 7 when Hamas terrorists massacred innocent civilians.
Ashley James, 36, has had bladder problems since her 20s and after more than a decade of suffering in silence she's taking back control, fronting Tena's 'End Bladder Shame' campaign.
Fashion has always had a firm hold on how we style our interiors, which means that the fabrics on runway models routinely make an appearance in our homes.
Rambling Man is an easy-going if selective ramble around comedian, actor and musician Sir Billy Connolly's life and times.
Whether you know him as Ziggy Stardust, Major Tom, or just David Jones, there is a David Bowie for everyone. Through Cummins's photos, each of these iconic personas is brought before our eyes.
Born to working-class parents, Salvatia (Sally) blossoms into a docile but mesmerisingly beautiful teenager whose father hides her from men's sight.
The irresistible character at the centre of this fast-paced, clever tale is a woman wonder psychotherapist, Dr Alex. She lives in Georgian-fronted splendour in Cambridge.
Writer and producer Terry Hayes would take the Bible to a desert island in the hope it would stand him in good stead with the main character should the situation deteriorate.
Any new book from Cooper is a major event for multiple millions of fans around the world. Her most famous character, Rupert Campbell-Black, has also become a legend in his own right.
Packed with funny and moving scenes, the chapters of Mirrors of Greatness portray Churchill's views of other great contemporaries - de Gaulle, Gandhi, etc - and theirs of him.
As a young girl, Dolly Maunder lives for the gold star she is frequently awarded at school. She's bright - far too bright for the daughter of a farmer in Currabubula, New South Wales, in 1881.
At school, Maria worked hard, enjoyed her lessons and hoped to train as a teacher. Then she met Joby, a dangerous charmer. Now she lives in a grim London bedsit and works as a cleaner.
Most Delicious Poison is full of insights into the natural world. Whiteman is fascinated by what he calls the 'paradox of toxins': that things that could kill you in large doses are often, in sma...
The house, which is located on Nelson Road, in Wimbledon , south-west London has been described by estate agents as being 'in need of complete modernisation'.
YOU EXCLUSIVE: Julia Llewellyn Smith speaks to COLEEN ROONEY about life after Wagatha, following the release of her Disney+ documentary and upcomig book, My Account.
EXCLUSIVE: A Derby songwriter who penned tracks for pop legends like Britney Spears left the music business and is now making over £1million a year renting out properties he doesn't actually own...
A 15-suite private resort on the southern shores of Sri Lanka, Ani has a staff of 30 to curate any dining whim, spa treatment, kids' activity or tailored excursion.
Following the torrential downpours accompanying Storm Ciaran in the South this week, UK gardening expert CIAR BYRNE shares practical measures to help gardens be more flood proof.
THE CHIC LIST: Fashion columnist Joanne Hegarty reveals what you should be wearing when enthralled in girl drama. Take a note out of Coleen Rooney's book.
EXCLUSIVE: A London landlord who let our her two bedroom flat to a tenant was disgusted to find that rather than live in it himself he had marketed it on AirBnB for £280 a night.
Hair: Jamie McCormick using Hair by Sam McKnight. Make-up: Jose Bass using Nars. Model: Kacie at Premier.
Eleanor Maidment says colour is key when serving food as we ear with our eyes. She has revealed an aubergine recipe with feta and pomegrante to give flash of ruby-red charm.
How sustainable is your bathroom cabinet? Alice Robertson challenges Emma Lewisham's illimunating day creme's beauty credentials.
Cashmere sales are booming and Maddy Fletcher has revealed everything you need to know about what it is, where it comes from and how long it should last.
Samuel Fishwick speaks to spirits magnate Bruce Bozzi about a state dinner for Angela Merkel with the Obamas, LA clubbing with Daniel Craig and dining with Muhammad Ali.
It is not every day that you get to touch another man's (rare) Omega Flightmaster chronograph from the early 1970s, says watch watcher Simon Mills.
This week Anna Pursglove delves into the female obsession with Normal People actor Paul Mescal.
Fashion stylist Arabella Greenhill looks at how Max Mara is your go-to if you are looking for both high-quality fabrics and beautiful craftsmanship.
Giuseppe Dell'Anno from The Great British Bake Off shares his Italian treats with You Magazine, such as drunk chocolate cake, date cake, and chocolate salami.
LIZ JONES'S DIARY: I was shocked when I treated my sister to the spa at Babington House and she told me she had never had a facial. So I'm trying to work out if all the stuff were worth it.
Sally Brompton tells Scorpio's not to get too serious about the direction their life is taking. Venus, planet of love and laughter, is in the most sensitive area of their chart - which is good.
Rosie Green reveals the things you should blow your budget on if money is no object, inlcuding a bougie health club member, a pricey cheek colour and silky make-up pads.
Whose expecting any Goop-like wackiness on entering the Montecito home of Gwyneth Paltrow and her husband, TV writer and producer Brad Falchuk, might be surprised.
TOM PARKER-BOWLES looks at Wild caviar, which always came from the Black (Russian) and Caspian (Russian and Iranian) Seas.
Relationships counsellor CAROLINE WEST-MEADS speaks to a woman who says she lacks confidence. She is always afraid of offending people.