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The British boy band beat Eminem, Katy Perry and Justin Timberlake

Jeremy Browne: Migrants are the same as Brits buying second homes abroad

The Home Office Minister says migrants from Bulgaria and Romania are following the same rules as Britons owning properties in places such as France and Spain

Teenage kicks: ‘One Direction – This Is Us’

Midnight Memories: One Direction album title revealed

One Direction have revealed the name of their new album in a teaser video published on YouTube.

Teenage kicks: ‘One Direction – This Is Us’

One Direction film This Is Us tops UK and US weekend box office

British boy band One Direction have conquered both sides of the Atlantic with their documentary, This Is Us, topping both the UK and US box office at the weekend.

Zayn Malik, Liam Payne, Harry Styles, Niall Horan and Louis Tomlinson in TriStar Pictures' One Direction: This Is Us.

One Direction's Liam Payne: It is hard to see our parents so upset in new documentary

One Direction star Liam Payne said it was "difficult to watch" the boyband's new film because it showed how upset their parents were when they left home to tour the world.

One Direction throw popcorn at the launch of This Is Us

One Direction: This Is Us: Metropolitan police prepare for 1D fans ahead of London premiere

Thousands of One Direction fans are expected at tonight's premiere of the boyband's first film.

One Direction boys Niall Horan, Zayn Malik, Liam Payne and Harry Styles throwing popcorn at the launch of Morgan Spurlock's new documentary This Is Us

One Direction: This Is Us: Liam Payne says there could be a sequel to Morgan Spurlock's documentary

One Direction star Liam Payne said making the boyband's new film was "nerve-wracking" but there could be a follow-up if it is a hit.

John Singer Sargent’s Gassed

Charles Darwent on Art Everywhere: Look out! Someone's trying to sell you art

The money behind this project to publicise the nation’s favourite artworks would have been better spent on helping cash-strapped institutions

Musicians John Paul White and Joy Williams of The Civil Wars

Page 3 Profile: The Civil Wars, folk duo

Not the most auspicious name for a band.

Adele (right) and The Civil Wars (left): The British singer has endorsed the American folk act on her Twitter and their new album is set to hit No 1 in the UK charts

Rolling in the tweet? Adele sends folk duo The Civil Wars to the top of the charts with Twitter endorsement

She’s been named one of the world’s 100 most influential people and now Adele is flexing her power. An album by gothic folk duo The Civil Wars is heading for number one after the star urged her 16 million Twitter followers to buy it.

A controversial advertising campaign urging illegal immigrants to go home is causing rows among the coalition

Theresa May under pressure to scale back crackdown on suspected illegal immigrants amid mounting criticism of 'racist' spot checks

Tories fear spot checks and billboards are a political gift to Ukip

McDonald's remove their branding for ads in France: can you name these products?

McDonald's sure do have confidence in their branding.

Firms have a 'social duty' to hire British workers, says Conservative minister Matthew Hancock

Companies have a "social duty" to employ young British workers rather than better-qualified immigrants, a Conservative minister said today.

Intern is a new independent print magazine focused on the intern culture of the creative industries

Intern magazine: how to make your own publicity and land a job

This week saw the launch of new magazine, Intern, funded by almost £5,000 of Kickstarter donations.

The innovative Leeds Arena

Battle lines drawn in Yorkshire over vast venues

It is the pride and joy of Leeds, a £60m “bling bowl” described as the best new concert venue in the world. But when Bruce Springsteen opens the Leeds Arena on Wednesday night, the Boss will ignite a bitter battle for musical supremacy between Yorkshire’s foremost cities.

Justin Bieber appears suspended from the ceiling as an angel as part of his 'Believe' world tour

Fans boo Justin Bieber as star turns up 90 minutes late to Iowa concert

The Canadian pop star kept fans in Des Moines waiting for the fourth time on his Believe world tour

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