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19:53

LifeStyle

The glamour of the revolutionaries

Isabel Ibáñez

...after Amelia Bloomer, suffragette and magazine editor, who made them popular. She defended dressing like this due to being faced with another kind of abomination; hoop skirts, a system of wires to keep skirts flared which caused falls and serious burns ... pointed breasts like missiles which ended upbeing popular with soldiers, used to be a "symbol of the liberation of female sexuality". Castelló places their origin in the 19th century, when 'burlesque' actresses, "scantily clad dancers, promoted themselves ... They were proud and knew their worth. They just wore what they wore'." The 'beatnik' movement also had an impact on young women, with its tendency towards cynicism and existentialist philosophy and jazz, explains Castelló. They wore, like men, black

13:38

Sport

The magic of the Copas

Rob Palmer

...who ticked every box for cup clichés. Hosted by a Segunda B side, taken to extra time, the matchwinner is the fantastically named Juanan Casanova. It doesn't stop there. Alcoyano ended up with ten players as Real threw on superstar super-subs like

13:20

Opinion

In the shadows

Mark Nayler

...figures. Like Juan Carlos, Villarejo's fall from grace over the last few years has been swift and brutal: once a lauded policeman, who won his first medal in the 1970s for helping to combat ETA, he subsequently worked in the shadows for Spain's political

13:18

Opinion

The tooth hurts

Peter Edgerton

...he wants to sell. Nothing hurt very much, but I'll never forget the crunching sounds that rattled around my head, like an over zealous insect diner enjoying a feast of cornflakes and crisps within the confines of my cerebral cortex. Not to worry, ... He showed me the end result on a screen above me, and then, bizarrely, asked me if I'd like to keep the tooth. Er, no, thanks. What kind of weirdo takes the thing home? Where would you keep it? On the mantelpiece next to the under-fourteens Lancashire

13:15

Opinion

Unsettling times

TXEMA MARTÍN

...the lack of brouhaha was not due to the pandemic, but to the rebellion. The seizure of the Capitol was very serious, even if to us it seemed like a parade of rednecks and brainless numpties, of whom there are always too many and never too few. The ... signing pardons and then flew on Air Force One to his Palm Beach mansion, which is a bit like Florida's version of Benidorm. Meanwhile, on social media, the inauguration gathered pace as Twitter gave the official account of the President of the United ... save the world. But let's not kid ourselves: the fact that Biden is demonstrably better than Trump doesn't mean he's any good either. He does at least have a modicum of intelligence and looks like he will be a much more decent president - but that's not

13:06

LifeStyle

Urban art brings warmth to Soho

JUAN SOTO

However, when Estrella and her daughter began, they had no idea that yarn bombing was so popular. "We decided to do it after a girl from a photography college showed us some photos, and we thought how nice it would be to do something like that," they say.

12:48

LifeStyle

Wellness, at home and away

Andrew Forbes

...expect calorie-limiting, pared-back meals. Instead, Reyes believes a healthy, stable weight comes from eating fresh, predominantly vegetarian foods. Each meal starts with a cleansing, digestive-friendly infusion based on natural spices like turmeric.

10:22

Local

Yellow alert: Heavy rain returns to Malaga and Costa del Sol

IGNACIO LILLO

...so it could leave a thin white blanket on the peaks of the Sierra de las Nieves and Tejeda-Almijara. On Thursday and Friday little rain will fall on the coast and, heading into the weekend, temperatures will rise significantly with early spring-like

14:29

Gibraltar

Gib police officer celebrates raising over £7,000 climbing steps

Ash Bolton

English: "I felt extremely proud when I finished the challenge. "The aim of the challenge was to raise a minimum of £5,000 to split between two charities, and we've smashed that. "It feels great and I'd like to thank everyone that joined me and