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Both landlords and tenants take on risk but only one side has to reveal all in the application process
‘There are moments in history when the story changes, caused by war, a pandemic or a deep recession. We are there now’
As energy costs spiral, history shows how humans and animals paid dearly for electricity — and the progress it allowed
The barbarity in Ukraine challenges our complacency about the security and permanence of our homes
The ‘boomerang’ generation may have special ties to their parents’ palaces — but unlike the Queen, most will have inheritance tax to consider
‘When the sun comes out, and the grass is lush, who doesn’t think, well, one really must make the most of the lovely weather?’
Failure at the hands of ‘expert’ reviewers has made the Netflix comedy a success. So who do we listen to now?
A real fire is one of life’s great pleasures but should be weighed up against our health and that of the environment
The country houses of the smart set might be a better place to start the drugs war
If cutting down a tree is a crime against nature, are artificial trees, rented trees or farmed trees really any better?
Ikea, an early champion of the culture of disposability, has announced a new sustainable policy
The anorak activists are causing traffic chaos and have made home insulation a political issue
Expanding the city’s zone for lower emissions encourages the move to electric vehicles but comes with costs
The showroom-ification of ‘London’s playground’ is bad news for locals
‘One law of physics still holds: the warmer the air, the more moisture it can hold. The more moisture, the more rain’
Tesla’s tech prophet has proclaimed homes have no value to him. Could he have a point?
An environmentalist campaign exhorts us to let the grass grow long, a boon for wild flowers, insects — and the lazy
Who knew a man in command of an Apple Pencil could wield such power?
‘Some people have been living on Aldi beans through the Covid crisis. But others suddenly have a bank account’
How quickly the platform has morphed from its founders’ intentions — this week it seemed to be performing a social good
For land management, you need something that does not tear up sensitive terrain or get stuck in the mud
With salons set to reopen, our days of floppy fringes and big barnets are almost over. Or are they?
For Middle England’s go-to retailer, ‘normal and respectable’ is a hard sell in our age of individualism
Business and government have adopted it to transform navigation, location technology — and your lockdown deliveries
The French comedy-drama revels in raking over the embers of big-screen glamour