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If she calls an early election it must suit the country, not just the government
The trail will cover 145 miles, passing hidden heritage sites including villages long abandoned
Moves are afoot to ‘rewild’ England’s largest forest by introducing Eurasian lynx
A new festival aims to highlight the county’s forgotten role as the home of British Modernism
A new holiday home designed by the doyen of minimalism promises ‘a near monastic retreat’. But do its lofty ideals stand up against the messy reality of a family break?
The exploits of the Walker children from Arthur Ransome’s adventure novels have been brought to the big screen for a second time
The feted chefs have culinary New York and London at their feet. So why is their new project a tiny guesthouse in a remote corner of Cornwall?
The world’s last remaining passenger hovercraft service is about to launch two brand new vessels
A former floating jail is being brought to London to become a hip hotel with a social conscience
The arty, authentic town is becoming a destination in its own right, not just a stop en-route to St Ives and the Scillies
The original story was set in a quaint English town but most of the film was shot in Pembroke, south Wales
The city’s latest overnight stay comes with unusual neighbours — big cats
With space for just a dozen passengers, the Glen Etive is perhaps the world’s smallest purpose-built cruise ship. Horatio Clare joins its maiden voyage through the Hebrides
The ethereal British locations stand out in this prequel to ‘Snow White and the Huntsman’
Will an imposing new statue bring a new generation of Arthurians to Cornwall — or is it crass commercialism gone too far?
One weekend every spring, the Lake District town of Penrith becomes a mecca for marmalade lovers
A trip to Faversham offers an education in the history and flavours of the traditional brew
The homes of neighbours George Frideric Handel and Jimi Hendrix make up what could be the world’s most contrasting musical museum
The tercentenary of Capability Brown’s birth is being marked by a year-long, nationwide festival, starting at Blenheim Palace
The Source: In the first of a new series in which writers make a pilgrimage to the home of a celebrated product, Lucy Kellaway heads to the Shetland Islands to explore the origins of the Fair Isle jumper
An exhibition and festival — now on its 10th year — aim to celebrate the rhubarb industry and help ensure its survival
Learning the ropes at British Airways’ new ‘Global Learning Academy’
The use of tiny hidden motors — so-called ‘mechanical doping’ — could transform amateur cycle events and holidays
Go Ape’s high-wire treetop trails open in Battersea Park, its first excursion into a city
The Gothic revivalist architect’s seaside home in Kent has been given a new lease of life by the Landmark Trust
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