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Features Travel

Istanbul: A timeless city

Istanbul is one of those timeless cities that you can visit, visit again and then revisit. It is genuinely modern, but wonderfully traditional; offering something for everyone, be it a quiet spiritual retreat, or a bustling city break. Istanbul itself is split over two continents, with the Bosphorous, connecting the Black Sea and Sea of […]

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Resort rediscovers its roots as the ultimate spa destination

Much acclaimed in the Victorian era for its pine-scented air and medicinally beneficial sea water, Bournemouth’s reputation as one of the UK’s original spa resorts is no secret. Perhaps not so well known is the abundance of clifftop and beachfront hotels that offer wellness breaks and treatment packages in the 21st century. Now, as part […]

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Yasmin Mogahed: How One Muslim Woman is Defying All The Odds

Prominent Muslim women’s voices are generally lacking in mainstream discourse. This is particularly the case when it comes to controversial and emotional topics such as marriage and relationships. Whilst there is an array of scholars ready to give fatwas on marital relationships, advice on Muslim’s seeking spouses, and words of wisdom to those getting divorced, […]

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Cruising on the High Seas

Cruising on the high seas is an ideal way to unwind, relax and visit new places. Once you have boarded the ship, there is nothing more you have to do, beyond enjoying yourself. You are effectively staying in a floating hotel, which takes you to new places, without any need to worry about transport. Not […]

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Nina Wadia set to host BBC Radio 4’s appeal against anti-trafficking

Nina Wadia said: “I feel so proud to deliver this anti-trafficking appeal for the British Asian Trust on BBC Radio 4, to help protect the welfare of children and young people in South Asia. I am hugely passionate about this cause and share a vision with the Trust to eliminate trafficking and enable all young […]

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Features History & Heritage

Edinburgh & the Borders

  Crossing the Tweed River at Berwick brings you into another, quite distinct, country. The road quickly starts to pass through deep forested hills, often offering a glimpse of the sea in the distance. This is the Lothians, the border country of Scotland.   A great place to stay is Gunsgreen House at Eyemouth. A […]

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