Smart Thinking

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

Actually, Brett Kavanaugh won’t have the impact we think he will

Current Affairs

Actually, Brett Kavanaugh won’t have the impact we think he will

A new Supreme Court justice won’t make a supreme difference, argues our man in America

Want to improve your mental health? The secret could be on your plate

Health

Want to improve your mental health? The secret could be on your plate

New research shows the key to good physical and mental health could be what’s in your gut (and on your plate)

Five investment apps that could boost your bank balance

Business

Five investment apps that could boost your bank balance

Low-risk, low-effort fin-tech apps are the next big thing in amateur investing. These are the five to check out

The Man Booker Prize 2018 shortlist is here – and it doesn’t make for easy reading

Culture

The Man Booker Prize 2018 shortlist is here – and it doesn’t make for easy reading

The chosen six books are’t exactly upbeat, but they are all important reads…

Challenge your thinking this September with these five smart talks

Culture

Challenge your thinking this September with these five smart talks

From the science of fire to artificial intelligence, these will dust off the old brain cells

Don’t be down on Yardie: Idris Elba makes a promising debut

Culture

Don’t be down on Yardie: Idris Elba makes a promising debut

Visually impressive and with a cracking soundtrack, Yardie makes an impact, even if the plot’s a touch thin…

London’s best private members’ clubs for professionals

Business

London’s best private members’ clubs for professionals

Join one of these and prepare to schmooze your clients in style

The best business books to get your teeth into this year

Business

The best business books to get your teeth into this year

Even seasoned professionals need to swot up sometimes…

How to build a luxury brand: Karl-Friedrich Scheufele on Chopard

Business

How to build a luxury brand: Karl-Friedrich Scheufele on Chopard

Chopard is one of the world’s few remaining independent, family-owned luxury super brands. The company’s long-serving president explains his mantra for success

Let’s not ditch languages for long jump

Sunday Soapbox

Let’s not ditch languages for long jump

News more now study PE than French casts a grim shadow

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