A golden glow We'd rather be orange! How dark shades of fake tan outsell lighter products by three to oneSolait Dark Tan now accounts for 50 per cent of fake tan sold in SuperdrugFake tan sales are worth 100m in Britain and one third of woman use it By Chris Brooke PUBLISHED: 23:15 GMT, 3 March 2013 | UPDATED: 23:03 GMT, 4 March 2013 It’s the perfect image for reality TV stars from Essex or a footballer’s WAG. But the deep bronzed or orange fake tan look isn’t just popular with wannabe stars keen to catch the eye of the paparazzi and stand out from the crowd. For young women across the country are buying the darkest shade of tan by the bucketful to splash on for nights out.
Findus lasagnes have been 'contaminated with horse meat since last summer', leaked letter reveals as supermarkets clear YET MORE shelvesLasagne packs manufactured at plant in Metz by French company ComigelConcerns the horse meat contained drug bute – a known human health riskFirm 'was told last week that food had been contaminated since August' Top politicians say they will no longer eat processed beef after scandalComigel could face prosecution for supplying mis-labelled meat are likely to be non-conform and consequently the labelling on finished products is incorrect. The supplier has asked us to withdraw the raw material batches.' Findus could not be reached for comment on Mr Watson's claim
West Antarctic warming TWICE as fast as previously thought: Study raises new alarm over rise in sea levelsAverage temperatures have risen 2.4C since the Fifties, study showsWest Antarctic ice sheet contains enough water to raise sea by 3.3m Sea levels have risen by about 20cm (8in) over the past century By Damien Gayle PUBLISHED: 10:13 GMT, 24 December 2012 | UPDATED: 10:13 GMT, 24 December 2012 West Antarctica is warming almost twice as fast as previously believed, a new study shows, heightening fears of a catastrophic thaw that raise water levels from San Francisco to Shanghai.
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Comet shelves picked bare by Christmas shoppers as remaining stores prepare to close their doors today Bargain hunters queued outside Comet stores on the last day of tradingDejected staff were seen dismantling display cases and taking posters downStore accounts have insufficient funds to cover staff redundancy payments HM Revenue & Customs stands to lose 26.1million in uncollected taxComet's demise will now be investigated by the Insolvency Service | UPDATED: 20:44 GMT, 18 December 2012 Bargain hunters looking for Christmas presents have been stripping shelves bare at doomed Comet stores today – the High Street giant's last day of in-store trading.
Fifty Shades of statistics: Last summer's raunchiest reads are broken down into facts and figures of fornication Delayed Gratification magazine trawled through all three of EL James' bestselling books to break down the best bits and kinkiest scenesThe statistics show that each book has fewer pages of sex than the last | UPDATED: 14:09 GMT, 30 November 2012 Smash hit: Author EL James posing with her book Fifty Shades of Grey at a book signing They were the undisputed literary hits of the summer breaking all sorts of records as copies flew off the shelves at unimaginable speed. But rather than enjoying racy scenes featuring Anastasia and Christian Grey, a quarterly magazine has taken a more analytical approach to reading EL James' 'Fifty Shades of Grey' trilogy