A weeper, peak-too-sooner or a dancer? Which office party character are YOU?

A weeper, a peak-too-sooner or a dancer: Which office party character are YOU Experts have identified the 10 party personalities at every staff bash | UPDATED: 12:53 GMT, 12 November 2012 Are you a Houdini, a Dark Horse or a Limpet at the office Christmas party Or maybe you're a Weeper, who can't leave their personal problems at the door, a Peak-too-sooner or a Dancer. Experts claim they've identified exactly 10 party 'characters' who will turn up at every single staff party, regardless of where it is, which industry or trade throws the bash, or how many people attend. Experts claim that there are ten types of office party character…

Tony Benn, 87, in the west London flat he retired to after 60 years in the family home nearby

My haven: Tony Benn the former cabinet minister, 87, in the west London flat he retired to after 60 years in the family home nearby | UPDATED: 22:29 GMT, 9 November 2012 Tony Benn relaxes in his west London flat TRUE SOUL MATE I’ve been in this flat since April last year and I feel very much at home here, having sold the family house where my wife Caroline and I lived. She died in 2000 from cancer aged 74

Kate Upton lands first ever Vogue cover, cementing her status as fashion"s new "It Girl"

Take that Victoria's Secret! Kate Upton lands first ever Vogue cover, cementing her status as fashion's new 'It Girl' | UPDATED: 19:25 GMT, 29 October 2012 Kate Upton has landed her very first Vogue cover, going from Sports Illustrated to the pinnacle of high fashion in less than a year. Dismissed as a girl with 'the kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy,' by Victoria's Secret earlier this year, the 20-year-old appears on this month's issue of Vogue Italia with the simple tagline 'Seductive'

New photos of The Who to be auctioned: Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and Keith Moon in Surrey gig 1966

Amazing new photos of The Who, shot 50 years ago before the band were superstars, expected to fetch 1000 at auction Photos show Roger Daltrey, Pete Townshend and Keith Moon performingThe intimate gig was at the Cheam Bath Halls, Surrey, in December 1966Collection to be auctioned by Catherine Southon Auctioneers next month | UPDATED: 13:12 GMT, 23 October 2012 Previously unseen photographs showing the British band The Who performing at a tiny concert during their early days have emerged after nearly 50 years. The 14 black and white snaps were taken at an intimate gig at the Cheam Bath Halls, Surrey, in December 1966. One of the new-found photos shows The Who guitarist Pete Townshend, far right, performing his famous 'windmill' arm technique during the intimate gig in Surrey in 1966 One of the images shows guitarist Pete Townshend with his right arm aloft, performing his famous 'windmill' technique that he still uses today.

Kate Upton lands her second Vogue shoot – and this time she"s back in her swimsuit…

Kate Upton lands her second Vogue shoot – and this time she's back in her swimsuit… | UPDATED: 15:16 GMT, 19 October 2012 Kate Upton was dismissed as a girl with 'the kind of face that anyone with enough money can go out and buy,' by Victoria's Secret earlier this year. But now, as she lands her second Vogue shoot, there is little doubt that the model is a bona fide member of the high fashion set.

Dionne Warwick reflects on a terrible year… as she looks forward to the future with new album

'This year I've cried a lot': Dionne Warwick reflects on a terrible year… as she looks forward to the future with new album | UPDATED: 00:44 GMT, 19 October 2012 Dionne Warwick’s songs were the emotional soundtrack of the 1960s

EXCLUSIVE: Im not a typical Chelsea girl Richard Dinans girlfriend Ianthe Cochrane-Stack on her small boobs, bust-up with Hetty and meeting Kimberley

EXCLUSIVE ‘I’m not a typical Chelsea girl': Richard Dinan’s new MIC girlfriend Ianthe Cochrane-Stack on glamour modelling, cast member rivalries and meeting the ex | UPDATED: 16:46 GMT, 16 October 2012 Made in Chelsea returned to our screens with a bang last night and whilst petite brunette Louise Thompson made sure she was the centre of attention for most of the first episode, the stunning new blonde hanging off Richard Dinan's arm was causing a buzz of her own. 21-year-old model and fashion student Ianthe Cochrane-Stack is the latest addition to the King's Road clan and is already proving to be an on-screen hit. After it was revealed in June that co-stars Richard and Kimberley Garner had called time on their brief romance and Kimberley confirmed reports that she would not be returning for another series, an opening for a new female co-star became available

Spencer Matthews takes on new cast member Andy after he tries to chat up Louise in the Made In Chelsea opener

EXCLUSIVE: That's rich! Made In Chelsea's Spencer Matthews confronts new toff Andy after he tries to chat up his squeeze Louise | UPDATED: 14:22 GMT, 12 October 2012 It’s safe to say that there’s never a dull moment in fabulous Chelsea – with its dramatic occupants and their ever-changing love lives, the borough is an absolute haven for messy behaviour. And it seems that even the relaxing surroundings of St Tropez can't seem to cool Spencer Matthew's temper, as he goes after new cast member Andy Jordan for trying to chat up his on/off squeeze Louise Thompson in the very first episode. Scroll down for video Not happy: Spencer tells Andy that he feels that the newcomer is treading on his toes by chatting up Louise War already: Spencer Matthews and Andy Jordan square-off in the opening episode of E4's Made In Chelsea this Monday at 10pm Issues: Spencer marks his territory by confronting Andy as soon as he meets him in the first episode After 23-year-old newcomer Andy is seen flirting with Spencer’s on-again-off-again girlfriend Louise, Spencer loses it and confronts him poolside while the rest of the cast relax in the sun

More than half of Brits are too embarrassed to talk about sex – and women are worse than men

Sex, death and money revealed as topics of conversation most loathed by Brits Over half of British adults find sex the most awkward topic to discuss with partners and friends Death (29%) and money (22%) rated second and third most uncomfortable conversation subjects Those surveyed say they'd rather talk about 'anything else' than sex Women less keen than men to talk about sex, death and money | UPDATED: 16:30 GMT, 5 October 2012 With the rules that govern modern society relaxing by the day, you'd be forgiven for thinking the stereotypical strait-laced Brit was gone for good. Not so, according to a new study, which revealed that sex, death and money are the three conversation topics guaranteed to have Brits break out in a cold sweat. Asked to rate the most uncomfortable conversation topics, more than half of those questioned said they find sex the most difficult to discuss with partners and friends.