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Hopkins, second right, with friends on the steps of St Pancras Registry Office after his wedding to Suzy Creamcheese had been called off for the second time

John Hopkins: Charismatic photographer, activist and leading figure in London's counterculture of the Sixties

Known as the 'King of the Underground', his clashes with the Establishment made him a target for the authorities

Some Jewish groups have protested against George Galloway appearing on Question Time

Jewish groups protest against George Galloway appearance in Finchley for BBC's Question Time

The leaders of some Jewish organisations say the BBC are being 'provocative'

Former Cuban President Fidel Castro talks to President of Cuba's University Students Federation (FEU) Randy Perdomo during a meeting in Havana in this picture provided by Cubadebate. Photographs of Castro, 88, appeared in official media on February 2, 2015 for the first time since August, showing him slightly hunched over while seated, but appearing animated as he spoke with the student leader. The pictures of Castro with Perdomo were taken on January 23, 2015 according to Perdomo's account.

Cuba publishes new photos of ageing ex-President Fidel Castro

Castro has not be photographed publicly for five months

Suge Knight's $2million bail revoked as the rap mogul is charged with murder

Knight's initial bail of $2 million was revoked Monday

Bobbi Kristina Brown with her mother Whitney Houston in 2011

Bobbi Kristina Brown 'fighting for her life', family say

The 21-year-old was taken to a hospital after she was found 'face down and unresponsive' in a bathtub

Kenji Goto

Kenji Goto: Journalist murdered in Syria who highlighted the horrors of war by focusing on its effects on children and families

He gained respect and made his name by going to areas where Japanese networks were unwilling to send their staff

Selebi: sentencing him, the judge quoted his words back to him about fighting crime 'with clean hands'

Jackie Selebi: Anti-apartheid activist who became South Africa's Police Commissioner but ended his career in disgrace

The  former schoolteacher was twice detained for anti-apartheid activism, going into exile in Tanzania and later the Soviet Union

Carl Djerassi

Carl Djerassi: Chemist hailed as 'the father of the Pill' whose work helped pave the way for the sexual revolution

He said that one sure effect of the Pill was fewer unwanted pregnancies and abortions

Much like Sinead O’Connor and Annie Lennox before her, the Oscar-winning actress has spoken out about the singer’s hyper-sexualised pop antics

Kate Winslet: Divorce can be good for children because it helps teach them how to 'struggle'

“I think it’s very important to teach your children to struggle on some level,” she said

Super Bowl XLIX: Kelly Bennion – the cheerleader who will be the smartest person on the pitch

Harvard-educated Kelly Bennion will turn out for the New England Patriots

Bobbi Kristina Brown, daughter of Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown, is 'found unconscious in bath'

Ms Brown's mother died in a bathtub at the Beverly Hills Hilton three years ago

Richard Dawkins is known for his outspoken views

Richard Dawkins wants to lovebomb Iran — with erotica

Controversial scientist and thinker tweeted then deleted an idea to 'beam erotic videos to theocracies'

What's it like having a famous person's name?

A little annoying, frankly. People will ask me how my tour is going, or about my last album. Sometimes random people will add me on Facebook, usually with a message that indicates to me that they've mistaken me for the singer Kate Bush. My only concern is that, later in life, if someone wants to know more about my research in astronomy, they'll google my name and find nothing but music.

Brian Blessed as King Lear in the Guildford Shakespeare Company's performance of the play

Brian blessed withdraws from 'King Lear' production, after collapsing on stage

His agent said the actor didn't realise how serious is heart condition is

David Oyelowo at the premiere of Selma in London

David Oyelowo finally reveals how you pronounce his name

The actor said he tells people to put an 'o' either side of 'yellow'

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Britain's mild winters could be numbered

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Did a botched blackmail attempt help Cyril Smith escape justice?

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