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Silverstone track, Charlie Wright, Kettle Mag
British Grand Prix Preview: F1 returns home with the championship finely poised
Charlie Wright previews the highlight of the season for all British F1 fans as the drivers take to Silverstone.
Kettlemag, Beauty, Tanning, Summer, Sun, Renate O'Connor
Tanning in a heatwave: How to stay safe in the sun
We all know the risks of sunburn, so why do we ignore them? Beauty Editor Renate O’Connor explains which products will keep you the most protected and how to prevent the long terms signs of sun damage.
Kettlemag, Kevin, Frivolity, Naomi Duffree
How influential are Kevins?
A look at men called Kevin and how their influence has shaped our world... and some that haven't.
Laura Bassett, Lionesses, England, Football, KettleMag, Jessica Wells
Ohno! England's Lionesses suffer own goal tragedy
As England are knocked out of the world cup, Jessica Wells takes a look at the match and the inspirational team.
Sergio Ramos' Move to Manchester United Edges Closer
The Madrid-Manchester United transfer saga is nearing its conclusion; United want a world-record fee David de Gea; they also want Sergio Ramos. Madrid want rid of Ramos, who could act as a makeweight in any deal between the two clubs. This has become a story of two Spaniards, two cities and two of the biggest football clubs in the world.
Wimbledon, Tennis, KettleMag, Natasha Ireton-Bourke
Wimbledon: Day three
As the temperatures soar, Natasha Ireton-Bourke looks at the third day at Wimbledon.
Kettlemag, Frivolity, Naomi Duffree, Flies
Flies, damn flies and statistics
Naomi Duffree rants about house flies and their purpose.
KettleMag, Relationships, Tinder, Emmi Bowles
Online Dating: From the outside looking in
Can you really find love on Tinder?
South West Four, Festivals, Kettlemag, Rebecca Parker
South West Four 2015
Rebecca Parker looks ahead to this years best electronic festival.
Lindsay Dodgson, kettlemag, women in science
Forget the manhunt and focus on the sexism
It has been several weeks since Tim Hunt made his sexist remarks, and there has since been a backlash. However, journalists are now attacking the woman behind his demise, Connie St Louis, and are misdirecting the limelight to her professionalism rather than the humongous problem of sexism in science. Lindsay Dodgson shares her own thoughts on this.