• Who's the daddy? The truth about Britain's paternity test problem
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    Who's the daddy? The truth about Britain's paternity test problem

    When millionaire Richard Mason made the shock discovery he was not, in fact, the father of his three sons, he was quick to call lawyer Roger Terrell.

  • How I found unexpected joy after being diagnosed with terminal cancer
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    How I found unexpected joy after being diagnosed with terminal cancer

    Yippee! I know when I am going to die! Well, not exactly – the oncologist’s recent prognosis is a year to 18 months. I have wondered for some time just how my end will come – I have long dreaded having a heart attack or a stroke – and now I know roughly where I am.

  • The fire fighters saving Britain's heritage from the ashes
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    The fire fighters saving Britain's heritage from the ashes

    It was shortly before 4pm on June 6 when plumes of smoke began rising over Knightsbridge. The Mandarin Oriental, a five-star London hotel that has stood near Hyde Park for 115 years, was on fire. Some 250 members of staff and 36 guests were evacuated, the singer Robbie Williams among them. The blaze, which was caused by some welding work, spread across several floors and took 120 firefighters six hours to put it out. 

  • With his trendy new spectacles, is Jeremy Corbyn trying to tell us something?
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    With his trendy new spectacles, is Jeremy Corbyn trying to tell us something?

    Jeremy Corbyn could be accused of many sins, but vanity is not one of them.

  • Why the Victorians are responsible for today’s acid attacks
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    Why the Victorians are responsible for today’s acid attacks

    It was a crime of passion of such disfiguring violence that Victorian London was left scandalised. In November 1865, Felix Deacon, a young lithographer who had fallen for a married woman, Sarah Ann Peacock, was attacked in the street. His assailant was not her husband but another man, a dentist by the name of Wainwright, who was equally smitten with Mrs Peacock and therefore saw Deacon as a rival.

  • Why we can blame the Victorians for today’s acid attacks  
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    Why we can blame the Victorians for today’s acid attacks  

    It was a crime of passion of such disfiguring violence that Victorian London was left scandalised. In November 1865, Felix Deacon, a young lithographer who had fallen for a married woman, Sarah Ann Peacock, was attacked in the street. His assailant was not her husband but another man, a dentist by the name of Wainwright, who was equally smitten with Mrs Peacock and therefore saw Deacon as a rival.

  • Hugh Skinner on Phoebe Waller-Bridge, playing posh Brits and shaking off imposter syndrome
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    Hugh Skinner on Phoebe Waller-Bridge, playing posh Brits and shaking off imposter syndrome

    One evening this summer, there was a knock on Hugh Skinner’s hotel room door. A gaggle of hotel staff were in the corridor sniggering. “We’ve got a present for you, from Cher.” A little box contained a necklace with his name on and a note ‘Love from Cher, aka Ruby’. Such antics were par for the course by this point in the Mamma Mia 2: Here We Go Again! experience, which frankly sounds like the best fun you can have with your clothes (just about) on. “This is a rare moment when I’m not wearing it,” says Skinner. “I was beyond thrilled. The whole thing was just deeply surreal because the first time I met Cher and Meryl [Streep] was when we filmed the final sequence with everyone dancing to Super Trouper in skin tight spandex.” 

  • Why the Victorians are responsible for today’s acid attacks  
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    Why the Victorians are responsible for today’s acid attacks  

    It was a crime of passion of such disfiguring violence that Victorian London was left scandalised. In November 1865, Felix Deacon, a young lithographer who had fallen for a married woman, Sarah Ann Peacock, was attacked in the street. His assailant was not her husband but another man, a dentist by the name of Wainwright, who was equally smitten with Mrs Peacock and therefore saw Deacon as a rival.

  • Male makeover: How I finally mastered the man bag
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    Male makeover: How I finally mastered the man bag

    How To Dress Well is a series by The Daily Telegraph. Calling on a panel of experts and writers, it aims to give useful, no-nonsense solutions on what to wear to look good - whether for work, weekend, special occasion or down the pub. Here, Luke Mintz, 23, asks owner of East London fashion mecca, Goodhood, for a lesson in mastering the modern man bag. 

  • The best Christmas jumpers for men, women and children
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    The best Christmas jumpers for men, women and children

    Nothing kick-starts Christmas more than a Mark Darcy-inspired knit and this year, there are more festive jumpers on offer than ever before. Yep, there’s no longer room for excuses. The fash pack will be pleased to see a handful of chic fair isle numbers which won’t look out of place in the office while the kids will be kept quiet courtesy of ‘Star Wars’-themed winter gear. Meanwhile, high street heroes Next and Debenhams are determined to spread festive cheer to the greatest scrooges amongst us with slogan-emblazoned jumpers it’ll prove hard to say no to. The best part? With money famously tight in December, you needn’t spend a small fortune and can save up for those last-minute pressies instead… Whether you’re planning a sweet family snap in matching knits or are in need of an oversized sweatshirt for Christmas dinner , look no further for the most sought-after festive jumpers this year. Follow us on   Instagram  and   Facebook  for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow  @YahooStyleUK . Read more from Yahoo Style UK: Sustainable gift ideas: This year’s best guilt-free Christmas presents Gift ideas for him: The best Christmas presents for the men in your life  Gift ideas for her: The best Christmas presents for the women in your life

  • Our man in Nepal on being the face of Britain with a visible difference 
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    Our man in Nepal on being the face of Britain with a visible difference 

    Richard Morris is the face of Britain in Nepal. That his bears a visible difference – our man in Kathmandu was born with a port wine stain birthmark along the left side of his face – is something of which he is justifiably proud. But also it has bought about its own challenges in diplomacy.

  • The chemicals in non-stick pans could be having a surprising impact on penis size
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    The chemicals in non-stick pans could be having a surprising impact on penis size

    Perfluoroalkyl compounds (PFCs) are found in everyday items, such as the non-stick coating on cookware and fast food packaging

  • Pet names could make your relationship stronger, new research reveals
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    Pet names could make your relationship stronger, new research reveals

    The more cringe-worthy, the better.

  • Does my tum look big in this? The case for shapewear and control pants for men
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    Does my tum look big in this? The case for shapewear and control pants for men

    Party season is upon us. And, as man lurches from one festive knees-up to the next, finding time to smuggle a breather between canapés let alone a quick lunchtime jog is impossible. Keeping in shape is a challenge.

  • The best winter coats for men 
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    The best winter coats for men 

    A snapshot of how men dress in winter, as played out in London’s Victoria station above which the Telegraph is perched, and no doubt in many train stations across the UK. One fellow in an padded, quilted affair that could see him through several months in the Alaskan tundra, suddenly sweating and uncomfortable on the busy tube. And another in a warm-but cropped-jacket, shivering in the arctic gales that whistles along platforms.

  • International Men's Day: The unsung event which champions men's rights around the world
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    International Men's Day: The unsung event which champions men's rights around the world

    This year marks 100 years since certain women in the UK were granted the right to vote, with events across the country marking the centenary on February 6. Just over a month later women's rights were brought to the fore again with the arrival of International Women's Day, which takes place on March 8 every year - however not everybody was happy about it.

  • Men, here's how to dress for the festive season
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    Men, here's how to dress for the festive season

    Tis the season for Christmas jumpers and office parties, but how to tackle it in style? Stephen Doig looks at the rules

  • The best things to do in London come rain or shine
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    The best things to do in London come rain or shine

    Londoners like to complain. It's either too hot or too cold, too rainy, or too windy.  But we also love our city, home as it is to a never-ending range of activities at world-class museums and music venues, top restaurants, pubs and food markets, huge parks, and some of the world's biggest and best sporting events.   

  • How to dress well: the best winter shoes
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    How to dress well: the best winter shoes

    As you squelch into a puddle amidst November drizzle, thoughts turn from the robustness of your outerwear to the viability of your shoes. This is the time of year to bring out the big guns; before school term started, a young boy would always be kitted out with a pair of what your mother would term “good shoes” to see him through; the arrival of winter calls for much the same. A “good shoe” denotes reliability, form and function; stepping out on a brisk winter morning in a stately pair can’t fail to put a sartorial spring in the step, but which variety should you opt for?

  • Male makeover: How I mastered the concept of 'smart-casual'
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    Male makeover: How I mastered the concept of 'smart-casual'

    How To Dress Well is a series by The Daily Telegraph. Calling on a panel of experts and writers, it aims to give useful, no-nonsense solutions on what to wear to look good - whether for work, weekend, special occasion or down the pub.

  • How to dress well: picking the perfect smart shirt
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    How to dress well: picking the perfect smart shirt

    Stephen Doig on the wardrobe essential that’s a key part of every man’s wardrobe.

  • The day I flew a £340,000 Iron Man-style jet suit
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    The day I flew a £340,000 Iron Man-style jet suit

    There’s a certain category of news that makes you blanche at the terrifying technological progress that humanity has made since you picked up yesterday’s paper, and I have a new submission for this category. There are jet suits now!

  • On All Hallows' Eve: 200 years of the Telegraph's real-life ghost stories 
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    On All Hallows' Eve: 200 years of the Telegraph's real-life ghost stories 

    All Hallows’ Eve allows us to indulge in a particular kind of fright; largely, the anticipated kind, where we know that a series of spooks and startles lie in wait. Yet six years ago, I stumbled across something altogether more alarming: poltergeists who, in airy defiance of the laws of physics, would hurl objects in a house, make a hammering racket, or produce showers of stones from nowhere.