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  • Emmerdale's Harriet makes sad exit plan next week

    Can Cain Dingle change her mind?

  • Jenson Button exclusive: There was no disbelief, it was just there - my dad was dead

    Jenson Button exclusive: There was no disbelief, it was just there - my dad was dead

  • Rarest of 50p coins are being sold for up to £100s on eBay

    The rarest of 50p coins are being sold for up to £499 on eBay. Among special edition 50 pence pieces, which can be sought after by collectors, the latest release is the Sir Isaac Newton commemorative coin of which 375 were released last month to mark 375 years since the physicist and mathematician's birth. Previous commemorative coins that can be valued at much higher sums than their worth include the Kew Gardens 50p.

  • Why Kate Middleton won't wear coloured nail polish

    Both the Duchess of Cambridge and the Queen are always seen wearing neutral-coloured nail polish, but this is likely not due to personal choice and more about royal etiquette. Royal wardrobe rules state that no coloured nail polish should be worn during public engagements. The Queen follows this rule to a T, rumour has it she’s been wearing “Ballet Slippers” - a pale pink sheer finish nail polish shade by Essie, for nearly three decades. ALSO SEE:  4 unofficial royal rules Meghan Markle broke in one day (and why that’s OK) And sometimes, even royal wardrobe rules can be broken - Kate has been spotted rocking a ruby red pedicure on the rare occasion she’s bared her toes in strappy sandals. Nail polish aside, scroll through the gallery for other things the royal family isn’t allowed to do. Let us know what you think by commenting below and tweeting @YahooStyleCA! Follow us on Twitter and Instagram. ALSO SEE: Prince George might break an unofficial royal rule by attending this school 

  • Banks say EU's grab for London's financial sector could backfire

    A push by European Union countries to grab a slice of London's financial sector ahead of Brexit could backfire by raising costs for consumers and companies on the continent, the UK's main banking industry body said on Wednesday. France is also keen to take on some clearing of euro-denominated derivatives moving to the EU from London after Brexit. "We detect some degree of political will in certain parts of continental Europe in order to reclaim what they perceive to be 20 years loss of wholesale financial services to the London market," Stephen Jones, chief executive of UK Finance, told a House of Lords committee.

  • Sean Hughes dead: Never Mind the Buzzcocks share moving tribute to late Irish comedian

    Never Mind The Buzzcocks have shared a touching tribute to former team captain Sean Hughes who passed away yesterday (16 October) at the age of 51. Tributes to the Irish stand-up poured in from across the world of comedy with the music quiz show publishing a compilation of some of Hughes' funniest moments. Hughes, born in London and raised in Dublin, first performed at the Comedy Store in 1987.