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Dave and Angela Dawes celebrate their win

Second lottery-winning couple in a week ‘broken up’ over how to spend £101m EuroMillions fortune

Reports suggest Dave and Angela Dawes’ relationship struggled under pressure of lottery success

Chris Tarrant has claimed the recession was to blame for ITV's decision to axe Who Wants to be a Millionaire?

50/50, has the recession: (A) dulled our wits, or (D) led to spurious claims?

From less sex and a spike in suicides, to either more crime or less depending on who you believe, the dreaded R-word has been used by academics to explain away dozens of society's ills.

I'm a Celebrity 2013: Former model Annabel Giles

I'm A Celebrity 2013 contestants: Annabel Giles

Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

I'm a Celebrity 2013: Royal fashion designer David Emanuel

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Who has left luxury behind to face the bushtucker trials down-under?

George Zimmerman in a booking photo after being arrested in connection with a 'domestic disturbance'

George Zimmerman charged over pointing gun at his girlfriend and assault

George Zimmerman, who shot dead unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin sparking a nationwide debate in the US about race and self-defence, has been accused of pointing a shotgun at his girlfriend, police said last night.

No charges for ex-wife of dentist Colin Howell who murdered first wife and lover's husband

The ex-wife of dentist Colin Howell, who told police she kept his double murder secret for more than a decade, is not to be prosecuted.

Dimbleby visited the Vagabond tattoo studio in east London, followed by cameramen for the 30-minute procedure

David Dimbleby gets inked: so what exactly does a tattoo even mean anymore?

There are many parallels of tattoo significance: Sexy/chavvy, body art/body graffiti, rebellious/criminal

Sir James Munby has said 'transparency' and 'publicity' are key to boosting confidence in the courts

Judge vows to open up family courts to the public

One of the country’s most senior judges has vowed to “open to the world” the workings of the family courts and the shadowy Court of Protection.

To Daily Mail opponents, one response remains

Paul Dacre dismissed those who marched on the Daily Mail's offices as “just 110 people”  - yet I would argue this is a reasonably significant body of people

Lizzy Caplan’s ambitious secretary, Virginia Johnson brushed off her eager young doctor beau with a very Don Draper-esque lack of regret

Bad but not broken: Hooray for Masters of Sex and TV’s latest anti-heroine

With the end of Breaking Bad, are viewers wishing for something a little more feminine?

Milos Zeman (left) thanked Israel's Shimon Peres for referring to his country as Czechia

What's in a name? Czech Republic mulls shock rebranding as Czechia

Support is growing for a national name change. But would ‘Czechia’ really do the trick?

Rabbis accused of kidnapping and torturing reluctant Orthodox husbands who refuse divorce

Rabbi Mendel Esptein and Rabbi Martin Wolmark accused of charging between $70,000 and $100,000 in return for ‘persuading’ husbands to grant the divorces known as ‘gets’

Living man in Ohio declared ‘legally dead’ despite appearing alive and well before a US judge

US Court tells Donald Miller he has missed the boat when it comes to rejoining the ranks of the living

Grace Dent: How come it's lesbians rather than gay men that are giving up on civil partnerships?

Accepted wisdom has said for decades that lesbians loved settling down

Paperback review: Masters of Sex, By Thomas Maier

The couple “who taught America how to love” might have followed their own example better, if this biography, published in advance of a new television adaptation, is to be believed.

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