Annabel Croft is gearing up for the Strictly Come Dancing semi-final. Join us as we tour her VERY luxurious mobile home...
It has been so much colder outside and to be honest I’ve been finding things to do in the warm rather than go out in the garden.
This character country house occupies a plot of 0.87 acres in an idyllic setting in the spread-out community of Bickenhall.
A 1930s-period property occupies a spot in a popular part of Minehead and is within easy walking distance of the town centre.
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Estate agent Strutt & Parker is selling a Grade II-listed townhouse in Market Hill in Woodbridge, Suffolk.
Call me old-fashioned, but I’ve always loved the idea of a formal dining room – probably because my parents used to host glamorous dinner parties in theirs back in the 1980s and 1990s. It was the theatre and downright camp of it all: the Royal Doulton being presented with pride on each place setting; the Philips hostess trolley being wheeled in to keep dishes warm; the After Eights being served up before cigarettes and nightcaps.
This period property occupies a position along a quiet lane in the heart of the popular estuary village of Exton.
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The gulf between Israel and the US on one hand - and Arab states and much of the rest of the world on the other - couldn't really be greater. With the US diplomatic backing, and with more of its ammunition supplies being shipped to Israel, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has made it clear that to achieve his goals of rescuing hostages - but more importantly, in reality, the destruction of Hamas - then a ceasefire is a non-starter. Despite their admirable work, in truth they won't get very far for the time being because neither of the protagonists - Hamas and Israel - seem awfully interested in a ceasefire anyway.
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Lord Cameron has threatened to shut down SNP ministers’ ‘mini-embassies’ abroad after Humza Yousaf held face-to-face talks about the Gaza crisis with President Erdogan of Turkey.
A deal over the post-Brexit status of the British territory of Gibraltar depends on agreement over use of the airport, Spain's foreign minister, Jose Manuel Albares, said in an interview published on Sunday. The status of Gibraltar and how to police the border with Spain have been points of contention since Britain voted in 2016 to leave the European Union. The UK, Spain and the EU are due to hold further talks on the matter on Wednesday.