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Opinion: Toby Young wants you to know his thoughts on oppressed women – but he’s forgotten something Of course female authors are privileged. How else would they secure a book deal in a country where social mobility has totally collapsed? It’s nothing more than mere coincidence that everyone with a newspaper column manages to look and sound a little like me, and to share my alma mater No further details of the charge against the 64-year-old have been released Subscribe from just 15p a day for extra exclusives, events and ebooks – all with no ads
High notes, tall peaks: a bijou jazz festival in Switzerland Each spring the shores of Lake Geneva resonate to the sounds of the Cully jazz festival, held in a small winegrowers’ village An open mind is required and, on occasion, generous ears Almost every nook and cranny is used for grapes, a consequence of the steep valley wall putting space at a premium The festival’s history is entwined with the vines: its early incarnations in the 1980s used wine cellars for gigs and audiences sauntered from venue to venue with a glass of the local white in hand Three golden eagles (an adult and two eaglets) spiralled on a thermal
Why Helsinki is the world's coolest city Helsinki's winters may be dark and freezing, but the snowy capital of Finland is a place where local fortitude against the cold has turned it into into one of the world's coolest places. Finland's particular affinity with heavy metal music, according to Esa Lilja, a professor of music at the University of Helsinki who specializes in rock and roll at the darker end of the spectrum, is also partly down to a liberal government willing to invest in young headbangers
Women in Berlin are getting cheaper public transport tickets to highlight the gender pay gap The Frauenticket will give women a 21 per cent discount on public transport for one day It will be available for women to purchase from 0.00am on Monday 18 March until 3pm on Tuesday 19 March It is not our intention that men feel discriminated against by the action, the BVG says in the announcement Equal Pay Day last took place in the UK on 10 November 2018
Avengers: Endgame star Danai Gurira added to Marvel poster after backlash Actor plays the character Okoye and looks set to have a prominent role in Avengers: Endgame She plays Okoye, the trusted General of Armed Forces for the royal family of Wakanda 1/15 Battle Worn Thanos punched a nice big hole in Iron Man's helmet when we last saw the two of them, so here's a reminder that things are going not great See everything we know about  Avengers: Endgame  here
New Zealand flights: Is YOUR flight to New Zealand cancelled? NEW ZEALAND Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has confirmed 40 people have died in Christchurch, following a shooting which she described as a terrorist attack. Amid the safety and security concerns, a number of airlines have cancelled flights in the area. New Zealand flights: Some flights at Christchurch airport have been cancelled following the shooting (Image: GETTY) It is clear that this can now only be described as a terrorist attack Jacinda Ardern, New Zealand Prime Minister If you are booked on a flight departing to or from Christchurch on Friday 15 March or Saturday 16 March 2019, and want to make changes to your flight, please contact us via Live Chat on this page and we’ll arrange the changes for you
Woman, 40, won't date exclusively until she's given a wedding ring Double heartbreak left Sarah Wall, 40, from Brighton, feeling 'unloveable' and she decided to hire 'get the ring' coach Sami Wunder to reverse her fortunes in the game of love. Then he left me for my best friend.'  After 'crumbling', Sarah found her strength again and continued her dating journey while looking after her two young children and running her successful online business I find that kind of confidence in a man, very attractive.'
The most amazing things to do in Paris Telegraph Travel's guide to the best things to do in Paris, including the top Paris attractions such as the Louvre and the Eiffel Tower. More insider guides for planning a trip to Paris 48 hours Hotels Attractions Restaurants Free Nightlife The problem visitors to Paris have is there is just too much to do, from its world-class museums to utterly staggering art galleries
Where to shop in London, from historic department stores to dynamic markets Read our guide to the best shopping in London, as recommended by Telegraph Travel. Find expert advice on the best clothes shops, bookshops, department stores and street markets. In order to drag people off the sofa and away from their smartphones, and tempt them out into the real world, stores in London have really started to up their game – so much so that shopping in the city is now as much an experience as it is a necessity, frequently made all the better by some artisan refreshment London, of course, has many many shops – far too many to list here – and there are the obvious haunts like Oxford Street for all the high street big-hitters Crucially, we’ve chosen places that reside in stellar shopping areas to enable..
48 hours in. . . Shanghai, an insider guide to China's cosmopolitan city Read our Telegraph Travel expert guide to Shanghai, including the best places to stay, eat, and drink as well as the top things to do, and all of the information that you need to know before you go. Untour Food Tours will take you through on a culinary adventure through the streets of Shanghai • The best restaurants in Shanghai AFTERNOON Squeezed away in the basement of a residential block in the Former French Concession, just finding the Propaganda Poster Art Centre (Building B, Huashan Road; 00 86 21 6211 1845) feels like a bit of a subversive act
Stunning images show the beauty of British wildlife The fascinating photos were all entered into the British Wildlife Photography Awards contest last year, and all caught the eyes of the judging panel. It was highly commended in the animal portrait category Alan Seymour was highly commended in the urban wildlife category for the starry image he snapped of an inquisitive badger in Elstead in Surrey Photographer Alex Mustard managed to shoot this fascinating image of a basking shark off the Isle of Coll in Argyll and Bute This stunning image of an otter was snapped by Keith Thorburn on the River Stour in Dorset
Bad news for nervous flyers as turbulence set to INCREASE by 149 percent EXTREME turbulence is set to become more common. According to Paul D Williams, professor of Atmospheric Science in the Department of Meteorology at the University of Reading, the phenomenon will be worse during the winter time and over the North Atlantic Ocean – one of the busiest aviation routes in the world
Albania's new tourism campaign hits a sour note in referencing Liam Neeson and Taken For some reason, travel destinations and tourist boards seem particularly prone to such departures from wisdom and common sense This mis-step is a shame, as Albania has an enormous amount to offer Albania deserves a wealth of visitors - even if its marketing team needs to retreat to the drawing board
Endangered rock ptarmigans on display for first time in 15 years Rock ptarmigans, a mountain bird species driven to near oblivion because of human activity, are bein Rock ptarmigans were once feared extinct in Nagano Prefecture The government has designated the species a special natural monument The zoo plans to extend the hours if the bird becomes accustomed to visitors Nasu Animal Kingdom in Tochigi Prefecture plans to start displaying two of the birds on March 16
Transport mayhem continues in France as French customs unions reject offer French customs officials protesting for better pay and more staff and for the extra work expected with Brexit, have turned down a new offer to end their action, unions said. Eurostar passengers in Paris, as well as EuroTunnel users were left facing yet more transport chaos. People are also facing severe delays at the port of Calais and the entrance to the Channel tunnel which links France and Britain French unions representing the around 17,000 workers on Wednesday rejected a 14 million-euro ($15.8 million) budget boost offered by the government as it was not sufficient compared to the agent's demands, Jean-Marc Jame of the CFDT union told AFP When divided by the number of agents, there is not much left, he said
Alessandra Ambrosio rocks Kurt Cobain top as she joins beau Nicolo Alessandra Ambrosio, 37, looked stronger than ever with her new beau Nicolo Oddi as they strolled hand-in-hand as they headed out in Century City on Thursday. And Alessandra Ambrosio looked stronger than ever with her new beau Nicolo Oddi as they strolled hand-in-hand as they headed out in Century City on Thursday The couple reportedly first began dating in August, just five months after the beauty confirmed her split from her ex-partner Jamie Mazur
Pound to euro exchange rate: GBP ‘stands strong’ as expert advises exchange currency NOW THE POUND has remained strong against the euro as the market opened this morning, hours after MPs voted to ask for a delay to Brexit. A travel expert has suggested that buying your currency now could be very beneficial indeed. Theresa May was forced into proposing a motion to request a delay to the UK’s departure from the EU this week, after she failed to win a majority vote of support from Members of Parliament on her second Brexit deal So, what could it mean for those looking to travel in Europe in the future
New York's cheeky symbol of defiance When the City of New York declared eminent domain over a stretch of Greenwich Village, one family dug its heels in and fought back. In a city famed for its mighty towers, the symbol of New York City’s rebellious nature can in fact be found at street level – outside a cigar shop in Greenwich Village A New York Times article from October 1913 reported that 253 structures would be torn down to accommodate the thoroughfare
12 Awesome Celebrity #TBT Photos You Might Have Missed This Week A yeehaw-rrific photo of a tween Kacey Musgraves kicks off this week's #ThrowbackThursday! Kacey Musgraves gave us a big yeehaw throwback with this photo of herself in the '90s: K A C E Y M U S G R A V E S @KaceyMusgraves #TBT 🤘🏼 05:32 AM - 08 Mar 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 2 Amanda Seyfried shared this photo of herself and her older sister, Jennifer, on vacation in the early '90s: 8
15+ Code Words Passengers Aren’t Supposed to Know Everyone who has traveled by plane or taken a cruise has probably heard members of the staff talk to each other in a strange way. The thing is, the employees of transportation companies use special words and phrases that are actually code words for different situations. These coded messages allow them to keep passengers calm and avoid panic. 15+ Code Words Passengers Aren’t Supposed to Know 0 0 0 0 10 Everyone who has traveled by plane or taken a cruise has probably heard members of the staff talk to each other in a strange way Last-minute paperwork © Flight Crew / Mosfilm   This phrase, that is used by pilots before their flight (something like, we have last-minute paperwork), actually means that the flight is delayed because of some unexpected situation
Christchurch shooting: what we know so far Dozens are feared dead after shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch during Friday afternoon prayers. One man is in custody. National Christchurch shooting Christchurch shooting: what we know so far By Melissa CunninghamMarch 15, 2019 4.19pm Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Dozens are feared dead after shootings at two mosques in the New Zealand city of Christchurch during Friday afternoon prayers In the manifesto, the alleged gunman describes himself as a 28-year-old Australian-born man Born in Australia to a working class,low income family Bangladesh opening batsman Tamin Iqbal Khan tweeted that the side had narrowly escaped
When should you buy your holiday currency? Why you shouldn’t wait until the airport HOLIDAY currency is an essential must have for any vacation. Some super organised travellers purchase their spending money weeks in advance while others, perhaps with a host of pressing things to remember, leave it until the very last minute. But when is best to get your currency, and how will Brexit impact the exchange rate? Money expert, Sue Hayward, said: Don’t buy currency at the airport Meanwhile, after this was ruled out, the pound saw a resurgence On Thursday, MPs voted for an extension to Article 50, which would delay the entirety of the Brexit process, yet it remains to be seen what overall impact this will have on currency