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Paul Moore, the HBOS whistleblower, is launching a lobbying group – The New Wilberforce Alliance – to spearhead a campaign for a full public inquiry to clean up the banking industry.

'Sonogram art' - photoshopping the scan over the stomach of the mother and uploading it to facebook - is apparently the next best thing for soon-to-be parents

Trending: Now being shared, the insta-sonogram

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Actress Demi Moore has suffered from 'exhaustion'

Moore seeking help for exhaustion

Demi Moore is seeking professional help to treat her exhaustion and improve her health.

Demi Moore becomes face of Ann Taylor

Demi Moore is "delighted" to be the new face of Ann Taylor.

Huh-huh: MTV revives Beavis and Butt-head

A pair of delinquent American teenagers who divide the world entirely between "stuff that's cool" and "stuff that sucks" and spend most of their waking hours watching TV and giggling at scatological jokes will re-launch their entertainment careers, after MTV announced the unexpected return of Beavis and Butt-head.

Demi Moore's Striptease is film fans' 'favourite guilty pleasure'

Demi Moore's film Striptease - awarded the title of worst movie of the year when released - was today named film fans' favourite guilty pleasure.

DVD: The Joneses (15)

David Duchovny and Demi Moore are Steve and Kate, a happy, shiny, all-American couple with their perfect teenage children, Jenn and Mick, with their bright white teeth, trim physiques and the very latest luxurious (clothes, cars, clothes) products.

Charlotte Philby: Does a mummy have to be yummy?

No sooner does a woman give birth than the pressure is on to look good

Songwriter used Craigslist to lure women to his apartment, court told

A veteran songwriter and film director who won an Oscar for his 1977 hit "You Light Up My Life" used Craigslist to lure 11 women into his apartment where he sexually assaulted them, according to charges filed against him in a New York court yesterday.

Demi Moore to attend Britain's Got Talent final

Demi Moore is planning on making an appearance at the final of Britain's Got Talent.

Demi Moore twitters to avert suicide

An online chain of posts involving Demi Moore apparently prompted police to go to the aid of a California woman who was having suicidal thoughts.

Guy Adams: Bruce Willis gets married, Demi Moore's bottom gets Twittered

There’s a touch of genius about the way Demi Moore has subtly managed to upstage her ex-husband Bruce Willis (pictured together above), while also staying publicly matey with him, throughout the nine years since their divorce.

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Tourists return to Kashmir, but India's jewel lacks its old sparkle

In 1812, Thomas Moore asked: "Who has not heard of the Vale of Cashmere/ With its roses the brightest that Earth ever gave?". Since then, the Kashmir Valley has been a mecca of sorts for visitors. It's been called the "jewel in India's crown", "the Switzerland of Asia", and even, according to the tourism department, "paradise on earth".

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