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From garrulous, gangrenous Jeffrey Bernard to stovepipe-hatted Sebastian Horsley, Soho’s decadents and dandies have proven an entertaining if somewhat trying tribe. Many were far less interesting than their own egos would have them believe, as you’ll know if you ever visited Soho’s notorious Colony Room, a bear pit of strawberry-nosed drunks bellowing witlessly at one another.

This is how much a night out with George Clooney costs

Women the world over are falling over themselves for an evening in the silver-tongued actor's scintillating company

West Brom striker Nicolas Anelka makes an alleged anti-Semitic gesture when celebrating his first goal against West Ham

Nicolas Anelka 'quenelle' latest: Romelu Lukaku apologises for comments, claiming there was a 'misunderstanding'

The Toffees had to pull a video from their website in which Lukaku appeared to defend the French striker

Old people's home recreates famous movie scenes for unforgettable calendar

Pensioners ape 'Rocky', 'Titanic', 'Bond' and more

Especially when that name drop involves two high-profile celebrity

Charlize Theron and Sean Penn’s relationship confirmed… By Penn's new man Piers Morgan

The former Daily Mirror editor turned slippery TV personality couldn’t wait to break the news we all knew

Serena Williams reacts during her defeat by Ana Ivanovic at the Australia Open on Sunday

Serena Williams included on Indian Wells entry list as 13-year boycott could end after watching Nelson Mandela film

Williams admitted that she has thought about ending her absence from the March tournament having purposely avoided it after alleged heckling and racial abuse

Netflix HQ in California

Netflix shares soar in response to announcement that the company has added 2.3m US subscribers in the last quarter

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

Quentin Tarantino, director

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Well if it isn’t the king of stylised violence.

You're Mine Now, By Hans Koppel, translated by Kari Dickso, book review: Tension abounds in this grim instalment of Nordic noir

The novelist Ann Cleeves may be a keen aficionado of Nordic noir, but she recently expressed qualms over the endemic levels of sexual violence in the genre. Had she just read Hans Koppel? His last book, She's Never Coming Back, made the most excoriating work in the genre look as cosy as an episode of Call the Midwife.

24: Live Another Day films in London in impossibly London-esque London setting

24 wants you to know London is London

As Cate Blanchett knows, sexism is alive and well in Hollywood

Male actors are celebrated for their talent while their female co-stars have far more column inches examining their bodies

Fifty Shades of Grey to be less explicit than the book, producer confirms

Producer says film version will "lose some stuff" from book

John and Sherlock look pensive in 'The Sign of Three'

Sherlock series three named most-watched BBC drama in a decade

The third series of Sherlock has become the most-watched drama run in over a decade, the BBC said today.

The film that stopped the ivory trade

In the late 1980s, Africa’s elephant population was decimated to just 600,000. Bringing the elephant slaughter to consumers' televisions had a profound impact. Can it be done again?

Jonah Hill and Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Wolf of Wall Street'

Wolf of Wall Street's Jonah Hill accepted just $60,000 to star as Donnie

The actor said he was motivated by the part and not the money

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Six free apps no student should live without

These six apps are all free and easy to download onto your laptop, ipad, and smartphone. These apps are perfect for students whether you are looking for something to pass the time or something convenient to fit around your needs and activities.

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