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Former Spice Girl forbids five-year-old daughter from watching Rihanna videos amid concerns pop has become too sexualised
In a survey of more than 2,000 hiring managers, 33% claimed to know whether or not they would hire someone within 90 seconds.
The UK’s big banks have published a list of things they will never ask you to do – do you know what they are?
London has more billionaire's per capita than any other country.
Would you refuse a higher paying job if it meant you could continue working with friends ?
This creative Instragram user has taken mirror selfies to a whole new level.
English speakers are increasingly punctuating their speech with ‘um’ rather than ‘er’, according to socio-linguists at Edinburgh University. So why the shift?
It’s bad news for romantics – according to a new survey, one in seven couples above the age of 40 do. So is there a good way to divvy up money in a relationship?
As National Poetry Day encourages Britain to embrace verse in everyday life, its favourite lines are revealed to be handed down through generations
A series of recent studies suggest that eye movements may both reflect and influence the workings of the brain
Name of Duke and Duchess of Cambridge’s daughter, fourth in line to throne, pays tribute to the Queen, Princess Diana and Prince Charles
We must get over the idea that genes determine – in all but a handful of cases, they simply create minuscule changes in the odds
... And you thought your job was tough!
Branson says SpaceShipTwo will enter service this year – with him and his children aboard – despite unproven technology
English law is particularly ‘fair for the financially weaker spouse’. That’s why wealthy people’s partners are keen to have their day in court in London rather than anywhere else
Are knife-wielding teenagers threatening our way of life more than terrorist fundamentalists?
London’s financial firms may pay lip service to the concept of gender equality, but with only 19.5 per cent of senior roles held by women, is it time to implement quotas?
It was once considered extreme, but cosmetic surgery has become normalised. In fact, writes Karen Kay, refusing to ‘have work done’ has made her unusual in many social circles. But is a more perfect self always a happier one?
In the bygone era of my banking days, I was once hailed as the Imelda Marcos of handbags.
Many retailers have already launched pre-Christmas online and in-store offers. Here are some of the discounts available
Never before have children been marketed to more aggressively than they are now, so in order to avoid consumer influence (and save money) we must say no
An official request for citizens to avoid tweeting anything that could inform terrorists what is going on resulted in a national outbreak of pet pics