Editor’s Choice


27 exotic ways with the ashes of your deceased

Most people who die in Britain are now cremated — more than 70 per cent of them — but there

Rats and flying slugs: what the world is like on Parkinson’s drugs

My mother is a bore magnet. They travel from miles around to sit in the chair opposite hers and tell

The middle-class future is thousands of pounds worth of fines

‘How was your week?’ I asked my friend as we rode our horses to Bookham Common. ‘Fine,’ she said. ‘Except

Are white nationalists about to take over the US? Not bloody likely

Richard Spencer made the front page of the New York Times two days in a row last week, and earned