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Former MP to promote fur trade

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Three Pakistani cricketers and a sports agent at the centre of match-fixing allegations were bailed today.

Anne Hathaway reveals family plan

Anne Hathaway is "dying" to have children.

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A lodger who murdered his landlady and her 11-year-old son was jailed for at least 27 years today.

Coronation Street, ITV1, Monday<br/>Misfits, E4, Thursday

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Gordon Ramsay open letter plea to mother-in-law

Gordon Ramsay's family troubles became even more public today when the celebrity chef sent an open letter to his mother-in-law, asking her to stop "punishing" her daughter.

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