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- A hit US series starring Brit Ashley Jensen of Extras mixes satire & shopping
- John and Yoko: love at first bite
- Peter Cole On The Press
- Media Diary: Craig stays put
- 'Telegraph' is shaken but not stirred
- Peter York On Ads: Nescafe Dolce Gusto
- ITV shareholders tell cable company to 'forget takeover' without £5bn cash
- Simm to play Van Gogh as TV makes drama of art
- Rowan Pelling: I am decadent, and boy it's hard work
- Cole Moreton: A just cause is a hero's right
- Katy Guest: Congratulations Ms Airey. You've given birth to a tabloid's dream
- Peter Galbraith: Bush should accept that Iraq has fallen apart
- Richard Davies: The personal column
- Jemima Lewis: For richer, for poorer - but not for children
- Richard Ingrams' Week: Cry wolf too often and no one pays attention
- Racing - Paddy Power Gold Cup: McCoy persuades Jonjo's problem horse to keep mind on track
- Boxing: Amateur game has received timely funding but is still fighting for acceptance
- Racing: Tumbling Dice to lengthen Taaffe's roll of success
- Racing: Natal on the trail of excellence
- Racing: Spot too sprightly for younger rivals
- Basketball: Heat fans aim to swing semi-final
- Boxing: Harrison eyes title fight after release from jail
- Flintoff fails as England flop in Ashes tour opener
- Ian Bell: Gifted batsman aims to fulfil his destiny
- Gul's swift reality check for Lara and West Indies
- Strauss casts a calm eye over the early storms
- Prime Minister's XI 347-5 England 181: Jaques' perfect storm leaves Flintoff searching for positives
- Deals Of The Week: From Austria to Dorset
- Charles Rangeley-Wilson: Travels with a rod
- How to improve holidays with children
- Sports Special: Sole ambition of a marathon man
- Future Shock: Leaving Blighty for a life in the sun?
- Sports Bars Of The Week
- Sports Special: 10 hot tickets
- Simon Calder: The man who pays his way
- Something to declare: Thailand; Dangerous driving in Dubai; Greek island-hopping with Stelios
- My Life In Travel: Martin Corry
- So how long will savers have to wait?
- Sam Dunn: Financial adverts: give consumers a break
- $100bn of investment funds set to engulf British utilities
- Secrets Of Success: I don't want to burst the bubble, but...
- Questions Of Cash: EasyJet broke my bike; who should pay?
- Nominee shareholders win basic investor rights at last
- Farepak: help now, then change the law
- Wanted: tips to cut the cost of Christmas
- From anarchy to capitalism in only 30 years
- Rosie Millard: Thrifty Living
- Wealth Check: 'What's the best way to save for a car and an MBA?'
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- 2 What, let gays get married? We must be bonkers
- 3 'Something passed underneath us, quite close': Airbus A320 has close encounter with UFO
- 4 Lord of the Sings: Sir Christopher Lee, 91, to release heavy metal album
- 5 Two bailed after arrest over Woolwich attack Twitter comments
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