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Singletons of Oxford, help is at hand: a dating site aimed exclusively at Oxford University students has just re-launched., which was founded over a decade ago, re-launched on 27th May and describes itself as “a free chat and romance site set up specifically for students of Oxford University”. 

The website claims to be “the most popular student web site in Oxford by some margin, getting around 15,000 page-views per day”, and claims to have been instrumental in at least 11 marriages.

2) Expand your dating pool. A s experts at say, “The biggest problem we face is being limited by our geographical location. There is a boundary.

T he age-old notion – plucked straight from the pages of a romantic novel – of locking eyes with a stranger across a crowded room is becoming increasingly unlikely. After all, how are you going to catch their attention  if it’s held by their smartphone ?

As more and more of us whip out our mobiles the second a friend pops away from the restaurant table or bar, it’s fitting that the stigma of meeting someone online – whether by app or dating website – is swiftly falling away. In fact,  one in five relationships now begin online , with Tinder alone matching 26 million people a day.

And there is no age limit to meeting your match on the web. Those after mature dating are catered for by a wide range of apps and websites. Sites such as Senior People Meet and our very own Telegraph Dating are perfect for over 50s. 

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Canongate is to publish the memoir of Gina Miller, the business owner who successfully took the UK government to the Supreme Court over its authority to trigger Article 50 without parliamentary approval. Hannah Knowles, senior commissioning editor at Canongate, acquired world rights at auction to Miller’s memoir Rise from Nelle Andrew at PFD. Hardback publication is scheduled for August […]

Commissioning editor Holly Harris acquired UK & Commonwealth rights (excluding Canada) from Adam Gauntlett at PFD. It will publish Misfit under the Penguin imprint in February 2018.

Turner Auctions + Appraisals is pleased to present the Martin & Lee Rubin Collection of Art Glass on Sunday, September 10, 2017, at 10:30 am PDT. Important pieces from the collection were initially offered recently at Bonhams, where a number of works realized tens of thousands of dollars. Now Turner Auctions + Appraisals is featuring over 115 lots of this extensive collection, which includes sculpture, vases, bowls and figurines.

Building their collection together, they made several trips to Murano, Italy; became acquainted with gallery owners in the U.S. and around the world; and made friends with the glassmakers themselves -- and famed glassblower Lino Tagliapietra, in particular. As a result, according to their son David Rubin, their very colorful home in Arizona was like a museum, filled with hundreds of art glass works, sculpture and paintings.

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