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An album of unreleased tracks by Amy Winehouse is to go on sale just months after the singer's death.

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Amy Winehouse worth £2 million at time of death

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Amy's goddaughter is shortlisted for an award at the Mobos, which will feature a tribute to the late singer

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George Michael, State Opera House, Prague

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View from Amol Rajan: The inconvenient truths that spoil a good headline

To a much greater extent than is generally acknowledged, we use events to justify conclusions we were already minded to make.

Winehouse 'not on drugs the night she died'

The singer's public battle with drink and drugs meant her death at 27 prompted suggestions that they were the cause

No illegal substance found in Amy Winehouse's body

Toxicology results show there were "no illegal substances" in Amy Winehouse's body at the time of her death, her family said today.

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