Thousands of people, may of them first-time buyers, have used the government's Help to Buy scheme
Dolce & Gabbana celebrates motherhood, while Dsquared2 presents a 'clash of civilisations' in Milan
It could be curtains for the Edwardian blockbuster, as Smith says series must soon come to an end
Punk band with learning difficulties who sing about their hatred of chores becomes surprise favourite for Eurovision 2015
A return trip to the retirement home in India looks set to attract the silver set all over again
'On the internet, people only look at pictures of kittens', says Banksy as he highlights plight of Palestinians
A hostile First Lady, Russian punks and ghosts from the past keep Frank busy as House of Cards returns to Netflix
From Madonna's tumble to a muted Kanye act, it was a night of falling stars and awkward moments
Designers submit ambitious plans for Thames pedestrian bridge linking Pimlico and Nine Elms
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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