Are you a Trend-Hunter, a Lone Raider or a Family Pack: The three main types of shoppers hitting the Black Friday sales | UPDATED: 17:24 GMT, 23 November 2012 The prospect of hitting the shops after a huge Thanksgiving dinner might sound like hell to many people. Now new research has revealed exactly what kind of person is prepared to defy the tryptophan-induced exhaustion and stand in line for bargains in the early hours
Lord Sugar fires warning shot to his Beeb bosses over Young Apprentice time slot | UPDATED: 08:12 GMT, 23 November 2012 Unhappy: Lord Sugar blames the promotion and scheduling of Young Apprentice on its ratings plummeting As if the BBC isn’t mired in enough controversy, bosses are now facing a revolt from one of its biggest stars. The Apprentice’s Lord Sugar is furious with the corporation over its treatment of his current spin-off show, Young Apprentice. Sources close to the tycoon say he’s made it clear to the Beeb he’ll look at moving to another channel if things don’t improve.
Lord Sugar fires warning shot to his Beeb bosses over Young Apprentice time slot | UPDATED: 01:38 GMT, 23 November 2012 Unhappy: Lord Sugar blames the promotion and scheduling of Young Apprentice on its ratings plummeting As if the BBC isn’t mired in enough controversy, bosses are now facing a revolt from one of its biggest stars. The Apprentice’s Lord Sugar is furious with the corporation over its treatment of his current spin-off show, Young Apprentice
A mother's letters of love: As her daughter turns 16, Julia Lawrence reveals the letters she's written to mark every milestone in her little girl's life | UPDATED: 10:22 GMT, 19 November 2012 This week a lovely young woman greeted me over the breakfast table. Poised, beautiful and on the cusp of adulthood, it was my daughter Lois on the morning of her 16th birthday. I’d carefully chosen a present and baked her a cake, but, to mark this milestone, I also sat down to write her a heartfelt letter, continuing a tradition I began before she was born.
EXCLUSIVE: Boots cast real-life couples, families – and dogs – in a feelgood Christmas advert guaranteed to bring on the festive cheer For first time Boots have used real-life families and friends to capture the on-screen chemistry Elton John's Are You Ready For Love plays in background Will launch on air during Saturday's X Factor FEMAIL given first look at advert before it launches later today on Facebook | UPDATED: 16:33 GMT, 9 November 2012 There is no better feeling than seeking out the perfect gift for your loved ones at Christmas. As one of the biggest UK High Street stores, Boots is the go-to place during the festive season for Christmas essentials – and the new Boots Christmas advert is set to reflect this in all its festive glory. The new advert features multiple stories showing women, their friends and their families giving and receiving gifts and inspiring their loved ones to do things that make them feel good– from getting back onto the dating scene to having their first shave.
Work/life balance not going to plan Women aged between 24 and 34 are the most stressed people in BritainPressure of young families and climbing the career ladder to blame 67 per cent of us suffer from stress every week The average Brit gets stressed 208 times a year | UPDATED: 13:01 GMT, 5 November 2012 Women aged between 25 and 34 are more stressed than anyone else in Britain, a new study has found. At that age, women are typically climbing the career ladder at work, caring for demanding young children at home and paying a mortgage. All these pressures mount up as they struggle to overcome the strains of busy work, family and social lives, experts say
How to win over Lord Sugar: Former Young Apprentice winner Zara Brownless offers a few tips to the fresh-faced new candidates | UPDATED: 21:30 GMT, 26 October 2012 Zara Brownless was not only the most mature of her rivals when she won Young Apprentice last year; she was probably the most mature of all of Lord Sugar's apprentices, young or old. The 16-year-old refused to cave in to pressure to put down her colleagues or blame them when things went wrong. She also avoided the me-me-me attitude that makes The Apprentice such fascinating entertainment.
Is it normal to have sex fantasies about dolphins Bel Mooney delves into the disturbing Q&As on an NHS website for children | UPDATED: 00:32 GMT, 27 October 2012 No doubt they are well-meaning people: liberal, well-educated, proud to be open-minded. The men and women who have created Respect Yourself – a new sex education website for teenagers – certainly have a mission to explain
Olympic swimmer Cassie Pattern tells of her ‘depression’ after Olympics finished PUBLISHED: 15:37 GMT, 24 October 2012 | UPDATED: 15:46 GMT, 24 October 2012 A British Olympic swimmer admits she shut her medal from the Beijing Games away in a drawer and could not look at it after becoming ‘depressed’ with post-Olympics life.
The day I waved goodbye to my legal career: Single mother quits job as lawyer to follow her dream of becoming professional windsurfer | UPDATED: 12:17 GMT, 22 October 2012 Lucy Robson took the law into her own hands when she decided to follow her dream of becoming a full-time windsurfer. The young lawyer quit her job, sold her home and – accompanied by her two-year-old daughter – joined the professional circuit on some of the world’s most beautiful beaches