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Latitude 2013: Five minutes with... CocoRosie

Bianca Cassidy is one half of quirky folk-rock sister act CocoRosie, who play the BBC Radio 6 Stage at this year's Latitude

As You Like It, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

Theatre review: As You Like It, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

This revival begins in a sombre mood with the thrust stage covered in crunchy desiccated leaves which a bleak Orlando, in servitude to his abusive older brother, and the loyal ancient Adam (beautifully played by David Fielder) have been tasked to sweep into a wheelbarrow.

Uruguay approves gay marriage bill

Uruguayan lawmakers have voted to legalise gay marriage, making the South American country the third in the Americas to do so.

Latitude 2013: Five minutes with... Marcel Lucont

Marcel Lucont is a self-described 'flâneur, raconteur, bon-viveur', and 'easily the greatest UK-based French comedian around'. Who needs any more of an introduction than that?

The Last Word: Hire and fire's new maxim – desperation

Arsenal's Herbert Chapman wouldn't have stood a chance on today's managerial merry-go-round
Simon Cowell and David Walliams are 'to wed' for Comic Relief

Simon Cowell marries Britain's Got Talent pal David Walliams for charity

Simon Cowell looks ready to finally tie the knot - with his Britain's Got Talent pal David Walliams.

Mixed martial artist Alex Reid

Matt Butler: Bamma-lamma ding-dongs, with plenty of real blood

View From The Sofa: Mixed Martial Arts, 5*

Heads Up: BFI Lesbian & Gay Film Festival

It's simply Divine ... so big it up for alternative cinema

BBC Three's new series People Like Us will remind you of Shameless. Only, this time it's real

The "characters" might feel shameless, but what about the TV viewers participating this act of voyeurism from the safety of their living rooms?

Why don’t more politicians wax poetical like Winston Churchill?

There are one or two who would probably contribute to the public good much more effectively by writing poetry

French ministers Cecile Duflot, right, and Christiane Taubira at the Elysee Palace on Sunday – in trousers

At last, women of Paris can wear the trousers (legally) after 200-year-old law is declared null and void

After 213 years, it’s official – women in Paris can wear trousers. The most disobeyed law in the French capital – except stopping for red lights – has been declared null and void.

Tesco's horseburgers should have prompted us to reconsider the meat industry. Instead, we laughed

It's much harder to choose sausages when you've heard exactly how the pig died

This week's wackiest web stories: Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the drunkest of them all?

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