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Pulitzer Prize-winning author Toni Morrison

Toni Morrison on race relations in America: 'I want to see a white man convicted for raping a black woman'

The author of Beloved said that the conversation about race is still ongoing

Katie Hopkins has labelled migrants

'Hateful' Katie Hopkins column on migrants causes Twitter backlash, as Russell Brand wades into debate

Katie Hopkins argued migrants should be warded off with gunships

Euthanasia campaigner Dr Philip Nitschke

Right-to-die campaigner 'Dr Death' Philip Nitschke facing arrest

The Australian has previously assisted patient suicides in his home country

Aidan Turner as Ross Poldark in the BBC series

Poldark should run for eight more years and BBC regulation could be given to Ofcom, says George Osborne

The Chancellor said that British broadcasters should follow the American model of long-running shows

Kim Kardashian holds her toddler daughter North West before a baptism ceremony for her daughter in Jerusalem's Old City

Kim Kardashian in Jerusalem: Toddler North West baptised at 12th century Armenian church

The family was previously on an eight-day tour of Armenia

Some councils spend £200,000 a year cleaning up gum from pavements with high-powered hoses

Jamie Oliver calls for a Singapore-style ban on chewing gum in public

He said the sticky residue made Britain look like a 'bomb site'

Otis Ferry, son of Bryan Ferry, is a pro-hunt activist who once disrupted Parliament

Otis Ferry fails to pay thousands promised after civil assault of two women... even after bailiffs allegedly visit house

The deadline for the payment was more than a year ago, but neither the victims or their solicitors, Howe & Co, has received any money

Viv and Keith Nicholson receive their cheque for £152,319 from Bruce Forsyth in 1961

Football pools winner who found fame overnight after promising to 'spend, spend, spend' dies

The highs and lows of Viv Nicholson's life were captured in a West End musical and was named in honour of her catchphrase

Sheila Kitzinger attends a benefit screening of the documentary ‘The Business of Being Born’ in Sydney in 2007

Sheila Kitzinger, the woman who changed childbirth, dies at 86

'I don’t think I know anybody who spent more of their life trying to help other people in specific ways, be they women in jail, women in war and of course, mothers'

An Argentinian court has issued an arrest warrant for Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber: Argentinian judge issues arrest warrant for singer

The singer is accused of failing to respond to a summon

The Duchess of Cornwall is the least popular member of the Royal Family.

Over half of UK public do not want Camilla Duchess of Cornwall to be queen

The poll showed that Prince Harry and Prince William are the most popular royals

Murray and his bride-to-be Kim Sears, pictured at Buckingham Palace, have opted for a private ceremony

Andy Murray wedding: Here’s wishing my modest, magnificent hero a really ace service

Novak Djokovic, Mr Murray’s precise contemporary and oldest tennis friend, will not be there

Jeremy Clarkson has pulled out of the satirical BBC show.

Jeremy Clarkson pulls out of Have I Got News For You appearance following BBC sacking

Clarkson was recently sacked by the BBC

Dave Ulliott

Dave Ulliott: Card player known as the 'Devilfish', who emerged from a life of crime to win millions at the poker table

For many years he was the UK's top money-winner, with over $6m in prize money earned at a time when poker did not offer the astronomic rewards it does today

Manoel de Oliveira

Manoel de Oliveira: Portuguese film director who continued to make his astute art-cinema well after his 100th birthday

A national pole vault champion and racing driver in his youth, his film career began in 1931 with an 18-minute silent documentary

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William Shemin and Henry Johnson: Jewish and black soldiers receive World War I Medal of Honor amid claims of discrimination

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Jewish and black soldiers who fought in WWI finally receive medals after claims of discrimination
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On your feet!

Spending half the day standing 'reduces risk of heart attacks and cancer'
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