How to be the best father of the bride

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It is customary for the father of the bride to walk his daughter down the aisle
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If you’re about to walk your beloved daughter down the aisle, you’ll want to make sure you dress appropriately and carry out your responsibilities with dignity and flare. Here’s your handy guide to making a marvellous father of the bride – doing what’s expected of you, while of course, being the best-dressed man at the wedding. 
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The truth about Freemasons

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Freemasonry is one of the oldest and largest secular organisations in the world
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How true are the myths about the Freemasons? One of the oldest and largest secular organisations in the world, tales and legends about the secretive life of Masons abound.

As the organisation celebrates its 300th anniversary, to help separate fact from fiction, we put our questions to Michael Baker, Director of Communications at The United Grand Lodge of England. Here are his myth-busting answers.
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10 steps to loving January sales shopping (we promise!)

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Face the fear and shop anyway

How quickly do you get bored when you’re out shopping? Are you a die hard, all day bargain hunter, or a fly in, fly out kinda guy?

According to an article in Psychology Today you’re more likely to be the latter. A survey of 2,000 British people found that men become bored after only 26 minutes of shopping, while it takes women a full two hours to reach sales fatigue.

We’ve found 10 top tips for the January sales that’ll help take away the pain of sales shopping. So when you slip on your favourite classic brogues to hit the high street, you’ll be a sales supremo and not a shameful shopper.Continue reading