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WLG on Japan’s virgins and the modern world

The Japanese are in decline. Literally. About 1.3 million Japanese died last year, but only a million were born. We’ve been hearing about this for a while yet the results of a recent survey of 18 to 34-year-olds by the … Read more →

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Hôtel Metropole Monte-Carlo

The credentials

The Principality of Monaco is synonymous with old-world glamour and Mediterranean sophistication. The same could be said about the Hôtel Metropole Monte-Carlo, an opulent historic property that dates back to the glitzy nineteenth century. While retaining all of … Read more →

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Results and style at Specsavers, Chiswick

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With around three-quarters of the UK adult population wearing corrective eyewear, the market for spectacles and contact lenses is vast. The optical chain Specsavers, which has a big presence on our high streets and extensive marketing, is the … Read more →

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Food lovers: 11 quirky restaurants to spice up your love life

Tired of the same old dating scene – dragging yourself out for dinner, drinks and a movie, each date more ponderous and predictable than the last? Well, maybe it’s time to try something new. Whether you’re looking to put the … Read more →

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Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort, Lanzarote

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Situated on Lanzarote’s picturesque south coast, just a stone’s throw from Dorada beach’s sandy shores, Princesa Yaiza Suite Hotel Resort is arguably the swankiest hotel in popular Playa Blanca. Its impressive kids’ clubs and eight swimming pools make … Read more →

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'Utterly moreish, we both agreed we could eat it for starter, main and dessert'

Ukai

Open Sunday-Thursday midday–midnight, Friday-Saturday midday-1am

The blurb

Ukai has been part of the Notting Hill food scene for a decade, serving ‘fresh and exciting contemporary Japanese cuisine in an irresistible setting’. It’s not simply simply another sushi bar, though; the … Read more →

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No. 15 Great Pulteney

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Tucked away in a browned-butter-hued townhouse on one of Bath’s grandest Georgian blocks sits No. 15 Great Pulteney—a brand new boutique hotel jam-packed with curios awaiting discovery. Sprung from the eclectic imaginations of hoteliers Ian and Christa Taylor … Read more →

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Calcot Manor

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A chic, family-friendly country house hotel set in over 220 acres of rolling Cotswolds meadowland, Calcot Manor welcomes you with the warmest of metaphorical hugs from the moment you set foot in its main building – a lovely, … Read more →

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Flavour Bastard launches in Soho

Launched in September 2017 in the heart of Soho, Flavour Bastard is a journey of flavours. The best meal I’ve had in Soho in several years. Describing itself as ‘cuisine-agnostic’, they weren’t wrong. Exquisite small plates of perfectly balanced deliciousness … Read more →

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