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The video streaming company say they are planning “substantial European expansion” later this year

Reforms are being demanded for the agency that buys British military kit

MoD sets sights on Serco and Capita to reform supplies

The Goverment contractors Serco and Capita are among businesses being wooed to salvage the Ministry of Defence's much-criticised reforms of the agency that buys military kit.

Jordan Belfort had to pay $110m to the victims of his fraud

Jordan Belfort: The real Wolf of Wall Street

The anti-hero of Martin Scorsese’s new film seems like a grotesque caricature of the ‘greed is good’ mantra. But he’s real. Nikhil Kumar tells Jordan Belfort’s story

Bruce Willis to welcome fifth child: Actor now has as many offspring as Die Hard movies

Bruce Willis to welcome fifth child: Actor now has as many offspring as Die Hard movies

If the rumours are true, it would bring the steely-eyed heartthrob up to a total of five children: one for every movie in the action series

Gary OIdman delivers his anti-Thanksgiving message to the US

Gary Oldman gives anti-Thanksgiving message to Americans: 'I'm glad you're not British'

The actor joked that Thanksgiving 'hurt British people's feelings'

Barry Humphries as Dame Edna

Comedy review: Barry Humphries' Farewell Tour- 'an uproarious last hurrah'

Eat Pray Laugh! at the London Palladium

Paperback review: Very Naughty Boys, By Robert Sellers

In 1978, the Monty Python team were in Tunisia to film their masterpiece, Life of Brian, but at the last minute a studio executive read the script – and, appalled, pulled the funding. George Harrison, a fan of the Pythons, stumped up the cash – the equivalent of $40m today – to see the film made.

Paperback review: Very Naughty Boys, By Robert Sellers

In 1978, the Monty Python team were in Tunisia to film their masterpiece, Life of Brian, but at the last minute a studio executive read the script – and, appalled, pulled the funding. George Harrison, a fan of the Pythons, stumped up the cash – the equivalent of $40m today – to see the film made.

Indyplus video: Independent's film choice 07.10.2013

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Darren Barker will face Felix Sturm in his first defence of his IBF Middleweight title

Boxing: Felix Sturm test up first for Darren Barker

England's Darren Barker will make the first defence of his IBF middleweight title against Germany's Felix Sturm in Stuttgart on 7 December.

Pretty in pink: Give a rosy glow to the lips, cheeks or eyelids

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Breaking Bad: ‘Heisenberg’ leaves us with a killer of a show

Here in the US, I’ll be watching the Breaking Bad finale on basic cable. There in the UK, you’ll be watching it on Netflix.

Book review: Very Naughty Boys, By Robert Sellers

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STEPHEN KING, American novelist

Page 3 Profile: Stephen King, American novelist

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The monk who fears Buddhism in Thailand is a ‘poisoned fruit’
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Kelly Clarkson: How I snubbed Simon Cowell and become a Grammy-winning superstar

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Tony Oursler on exploring our uneasy relationship with technology with his new show

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Moores must go. He should never have been brought back to fail again

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