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Want to get more done? Take a break

Life Advice

Want to get more done? Take a break

Five reasons why you need to make your lunch break a priority

Theresa May has entered ‘The Dropzone’. Here’s what she can expect

Current Affairs

Theresa May has entered ‘The Dropzone’. Here’s what she can expect

As an advisor to Tony Blair and Gordon Brown, Theo Bertram experienced first hand the Cabinet Room’s inner sanctum, and saw what it takes to keep – and lose – a Prime Minister

Seven ways to be more productive when you work from home

Business

Seven ways to be more productive when you work from home

We dug through the research to find the best ways to increase your productivity at home

Remembering ‘Mad Jack’ Churchill, WWII’s most unconventional soldier

Smart Thinking

Remembering ‘Mad Jack’ Churchill, WWII’s most unconventional soldier

War photographs tell myriad tales of heroism, sacrifice and tragedy. Even so, few are more outlandish than those of ‘Mad Jack’

What exactly does it mean to be ‘Sexiest Man Alive’?

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What exactly does it mean to be ‘Sexiest Man Alive’?

Idris Elba just won People magazine’s annual accolade. But what’s the point in it anyway?

Five productivity hacks to help you build a successful career

Life Advice

Five productivity hacks to help you build a successful career

Never enough hours in the day? Here’s how to increase your output in a few simple steps

The CEO of Third Space on luxercise, good design and our changing relationship with fitness

Business

The CEO of Third Space on luxercise, good design and our changing relationship with fitness

Luxury fitness is big business. We sat down with Colin Waggett to get the inside track on where the industry is heading

The Pharrell Williams song you’ll never hear….

Culture

The Pharrell Williams song you’ll never hear….

The singer’s project with Louis XIII Cognac is going under lock and key for 100 years. Here’s why

The world is running out of food. How do we fix it?

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The world is running out of food. How do we fix it?

We’re running out of space to grow the food the world’s booming population needs. So what’s the solution?

Business owner? Here’s why Walpole’s Brands of Tomorrow scheme could be the best move you make

Business

Business owner? Here’s why Walpole’s Brands of Tomorrow scheme could be the best move you make

Applications for the mentorship scheme are now open – and we’d encourage you to apply

Why there are no modern day style icons

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Why there are no modern day style icons

Today’s crop of red carpet dressers aren’t a patch on the Hollywood stars of yesteryear, writes our Deputy Editor

How to stress-proof your life

Life Advice

How to stress-proof your life

Researcher, author and stress expert Dr Mithu Storoni brings you some practical steps to combat the strain of modern life

What does the Brett Kavanaugh farrago actually mean for the Supreme Court?

Current Affairs

What does the Brett Kavanaugh farrago actually mean for the Supreme Court?

Fortunately, the balance of power still lies elsewhere, says The Jackal’s man in America

The secret of my success: Leo Fenwick

Business

The secret of my success: Leo Fenwick

Fenwick’s Head of Menswear on his passion for clothes, building a family business and the next big thing in menswear

David Baddiel: Four custard doughnuts made me believe in social media

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David Baddiel: Four custard doughnuts made me believe in social media

Social media is reviled – and rightly so. But, sometimes, something so simple as sharing your breakfast reveals its good side, argues David Baddiel

Can we trust voice activated technology?

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Can we trust voice activated technology?

With privacy at the forefront of everyone’s minds, two tech-insiders go head to head on the issue of the day

Put a restraining order on yourself. We’ll all be much better off for it

Comment

Put a restraining order on yourself. We’ll all be much better off for it

Temperance is an old-fashioned word. But maybe, right now, it’s just what we need, argues Edward Davies

The accident on a messy desk that shaped modern medicine

Health

The accident on a messy desk that shaped modern medicine

Ninety years ago, Alexander Fleming made a discovery that would change the course of modern medicine

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