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Police are hunting burglars who tried to steal the ashes of psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud from a London crematorium.

Amy Winehouse family fights to protect name

A month has passed since the death of Amy Winehouse, but the battle to preserve her image and legacy is gaining pace as companies seek to cash in on her name.

Singer Amy tops Google's search list

Analysis of the UK's fastest-rising search terms over the last three months has been revealed by Google, showing the news and points of interest that have attracted most attention in the country.

The Apple Cart, Victoria Park, London

A varied musical weekend came to a gentle close on Sunday with the first Apple Cart festival.

Amy Winehouse's home robbed after her death

Amy Winehouse's home has been robbed.

Kanye West's onstage 'Hitler' rant

Kanye West claimed people treat him "like Hitler" during his headline show at The Big Chill festival on Saturday.

Dionne Bromfield wanted to honour Amy with concert

Amy Winehouse's goddaughter Dionne Bromfield decided to play a concert on the day she died in honour of her.

Festival tribute: Dionne praises 'amazing Amy'

Amy Winehouse's 15-year-old goddaughter paid an emotional tribute to the singer at the Big Chill music festival in Herefordshire yesterday.

Julie Burchill: Men, leave the cleaning to me

I suppose that as a card-carrying, man-mauling, moustache-twirling feminist, I should have dropped my blowtorch in sheer molten glee at the news this week that, over the past 30 years, men have upped their housework contribution some 60 per cent, according to a new survey from Oxford University. Instead, I thought, "Poor emasculated swine – now that's two genders rather than one who've been domesticated. Whoop de doo!"

Steve Richards: MPs find their voice at last

New Labour wanted a Parliament that caused it not a flicker of concern. Such manoeuvring is impossible now

Amy Winehouse's family to take a break

Amy Winehouse's family and boyfriend Reg Traviss are to go on a ten day holiday to mourn her.

Rehab needs a fix

Mitch Winehouse's plan to open a rehab centre in memory of his daughter has shone a spotlight on the scandalous state of treatment for young addicts in Britain. Nina Lakhani reports

Mark Steel: Alcohol can be a problem, as can doctors

Britain is getting drunker than ever, apparently, with a government "consultation" expected to reveal the shocking statistic that, compared with 20 years ago, there are 80 per cent more documentaries or news items showing a clip of a girl in a short skirt being sick on a bench while a lad with no shirt makes a noise like a werewolf as he's thrown into a police van.

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Lady Gaga couldn't talk for 48 hours after Winehouse's death

Lady Gaga was so devastated by Amy Winehouse's death she couldn't talk for two days.

Amy Winehouse 'secretly engaged'

Amy Winehouse was secretly engaged to boyfriend Reg Traviss at the time of her death, according to reports.

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