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I wanted to hate Dyson’s super-pricy hairdryer but guess what

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This is not the column I expected to write, because I find myself unable to prove the point I intended to make. The point being that if you find yourself in any of the very common predicaments of not being able to acc...

Literary experts find John Hughes’ plagiarism defence unconvincing

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Literary academics have taken the Australian author John Hughes to task for apparently copying extracts from some classic texts including The Great Gatsby in parts of his new book, The Dogs. On Thursday Guardian Austr...

Parts of John Hughes’ novel The Dogs copied from The Great Gatsby and Anna Karenina

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The Australian novelist John Hughes, who last week admitted to “unintentionally” plagiarising parts of a Nobel laureate’s novel, appears to have also copied without acknowledgment parts of The Great Gatsby, Anna Karen...

Hey Dad! actor Robert Hughes released from jail and will be deported to UK

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The disgraced Hey Dad! actor and convicted child sexual offender Robert Hughes has been released from Sydney’s Long Bay jail and will be deported to the UK. The 73-year-old was granted parole on 2 June by the New Sout...

Disgraced Hey Dad! actor and convicted child sex offender Robert Hughes granted parole

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Disgraced Hey Dad! actor and convicted child sex offender Robert Hughes has been granted parole and will be deported to the United Kingdom after his release from jail this month. Hughes, who starred as Martin Kelly in...

Stop nuking your skin and its natural barrier will function fine

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I’m obsessed with skin barrier and believe strongly that it’s impossible to have great-looking skin when this natural, watertight seal is compromised. This happens easily if you’ve exfoliated too zealously, overused s...

How Shirley Hughes explored the dramas of children’s lives in a changing world

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Last week my Twitter feed was overflowing with warmth, gratitude, memory and reflection in the wake of people hearing that Shirley Hughes is no longer with us. For many, she has been an intergenerational author, delig...

How to make the most of your freckles – or fake them

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There’s not much that I miss about my youth, but if I could permanently restore my lost smattering of nose freckles, I would. Few things are as attractive as a constellation of pigment clusters imprinted across the fa...

The OBR’s Richard Hughes: ‘With a shock like Covid, you get information from wherever you can’

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Richard Hughes has one of the best views in London. From his open-plan office on the 14th floor of the Ministry of Justice building, he can see Buckingham Palace in one direction and parliament in the other. As well a...

Left the Christmas shopping late again? Don’t worry, here are the perfumes I always fall back on

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Iam generally done with my Christmas shopping by November, but always wait until this week to buy one last bottle of perfume for someone. It’s a tradition that allows me to soak up the department store buzz, enjoy a b...

Memoir by the late journalist Sarah Hughes to be published in March 2022

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A memoir by the late journalist Sarah Hughes, who died from cancer earlier this year, will be published next March, tackling topics from planning your own funeral to the importance of trashy novels. Hughes, who wrote ...

Neck creams are nonsense – but this sensitive area does need a bit of love

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I have determinedly avoided writing about neck creams for many years, but the huge fashion trend for “neck mess” (wearing lots of necklaces all together) has forced me to confront the issue. Neck mess is the new procl...

What might have saved Arthur-Labinjo Hughes

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This is a heartbreaking case, and my heart breaks further when we learn that there were opportunities, in plain sight, to avert this tragedy (The Guardian view on Arthur Labinjo-Hughes: more lessons to learn, 6 Decemb...

Screenwriter Jed Mercurio to speak at inaugural Sarah Hughes lecture

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Jed Mercurio, one of Britain’s leading television writers and the creator of Line of Duty, will speak in London on Friday at the inaugural Sarah Hughes Lecture. But this time Mercurio is more likely to be asked about ...

The climate crisis is an accelerating calamity of our own making. So what would it take to turn things around?

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Imagine if scientists had just informed the world that there was a huge meteor heading our way that would likely wipe out life as we knew it. Or if the sun started doing really dangerous and frightening things that we...

Superior bronzers for a gorgeous summer glow

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I’m not sure how I’ll write any future columns on cream bronzers because I can’t conceive of how Fenty’s Cheeks Out Freestyle Bronzer (£28, from boots.com) could be topped. This creamy veil of good health has been on ...

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