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We’re not sure how nasty it has to get between Fox News and Russell Brand before the two decide call it a day, but the war of words continues with this

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Fairhead would be the first woman to permanently chair Trust

 

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Dr Alice Roberts in front of a
The anatomist, anthropologist and broadcaster tells Paul Gallagher about her new book on evolution and why her early TV work drew flak from (mostly male) colleagues
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Paul McCartney backs the

The former Beatle has given his signature to an open letter calling for Scotland to remain part of the UK

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James Argent from Towie is missing, police say

The reality star had left his home at 3am on Friday morning to board a flight but failed to arrive at the airport, sparking a hunt to find him

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Writer Martin Amis has indicated that he may return to Britain

 

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The home of Sam and Aaron Taylor-Johnson was investigated by police after a passer-by spotted a machine gun

The deactivated M16 machine gun was being used by Sam Taylor-Johnson for an art project

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Bill Kerr has died aged 92

Bill Kerr appeared in Hancock’s Half Hour and later worked alongside Spike Milligan and Peter Sellers

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The spread has been shot by fashion photographer Patrick Demarchelier for the magazine’s September issue, out on news stands now

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Sting and wife Trudie own 900-acre Tuscan estate called Il Palagio

The wine harvesting experience is a popular one in the region and Sting's price of £208 is not dissimilar to others'

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Katy Perry and Riff Raff wear double denim

The rapper berated the British singer for doing him the huge favour of cutting him out of an image he'd taken with him

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Russell Brand labelled 'left-wing commie scum' by Fox News

The British comedian and the right-wing US news channel have been at each other's throats for weeks

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Helt was booked in by duty officers at the Polk County Jail in Dallas just before 8pm after he walked himself into the station

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Angelina Jolie with her father Jon Voight

Asked whether he was upset not to be invited, he responded by saying he was busy with the Emmy Awards anyway

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Stephen Hawking has done the ice bucket challenge

The eminent professor suffered a bout of pneumonia last year, so couldn't have the water poured on him

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Speaking to NBC Nightly News, Melissa that her mother was now 'resting comfortably' after she suffered a heart attack


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