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Paul Gascoigne reveals how he feared hearing about Gaza Strip on the news in case it was a story about him

Gascoigne's enviable football career was marred by addiction

Jerry Collins

Jerry Collins: Rugby union player who played 49 times for the All Blacks and was feared for the ferocity of his tackling

A highly respected member of the All Blacks team who was appointed to the captaincy in 2006, Collins also turned out for the Devon side Barnstaple's second team against Newton Abbot

Richard Johnson

Richard Johnson: Leading light of the Royal Shakespeare Company and stalwart of the National who refused to play James Bond

The 1960s were a lucrative time financially and artistically when he was making up to four films a year and became an Associate Artist of the newly formed RSC

Cristiano Ronaldo and mother Dolores at the Ballon d'Or ceremony in January

Cristiano Ronaldo's mother has €45,000 seized from her by police at Madrid Airport

Dolores Aveiro had not declared the large sum

Nick Gibb the schools minister is to marry his partner after 29 years together

Tory schools minister Nick Gibb comes out as gay and announces marriage to secret partner after 29 years together

Mr Gibb said that marriage was 'a practical step' and that the couple had not wanted a wedding until marriage was legal

Have I Got News for You has paid tribute to sometime panelist Charles Kennedy

Charles Kennedy gets moving Have I Got News For You tribute

The programme has been praised for its sensitive approach to remember the late politician

Arsenal goalkeeper Wojciech Szczęsny caught smoking a cigarette, again

He was previously reported to be facing a £20,000 fine for smoking in the showers after a game

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry smiles after announcing that he will run for president in 2016, 4 June 2015 in Dallas, Texas

Rick Perry concludes presidential campaign speech with horrible rap/country mashup

His candidacy speech concluded with an adapted version of the Colt Ford and JJ Lawhorn's rap country hit 'Answer to No One'

Amy Schumer explains her bizarre fall in front of Kim Kardashian at the Time 100 ceremony

Kim and Kanye didn't look especially impressed with her stunt

Mark Kozelek of Sun Kil Moon calls female journalist 'a b***h' in front of 1,900 people

'Laura Snapes totally wants to f**k me / get in line, b***h', he said

Businessman Alan Bond, skipper John Bertrand (at helm) and keel designer Ben Lexcen, following their America's Cup victory

Alan Bond, villain and hero of Australian business, dies

Bond is remembered by some as the man who brought glory to Western Australia when he financed the country’s America’s Cup win in 1983

Andy Murray declares himself a feminist, after hitting back at sexist criticism of his coach Amélie Mauresmo

His decision to appoint a female coach was criticised at the time by fellow players

Kennedy in 2005

Charles Kennedy: Hugely popular MP who led the Liberal Democrats with great success but struggled to overcome his alcoholism

He could argue a case with passion, but maintain courtesy and respect for those with whom he disagreed

Caitlyn Jenner: Twitter bot created to remind social media users to use the right pronouns

'She not he' account has spent hours automatically telling people off — and sometimes getting it wrong

Doris Hart

Doris Hart: Tennis player who won every available Grand Slam title and once won three Wimbledon titles in a day

Her most potent weapon was the drop shot which she would hit even from behind the baseline

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The insects have an almost unique ability to switch between individual and collective action
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