Arts and Entertainment Outkast are already confirmed to headline Coachella

Kanye West and Drake will also play Wireless

The Sex Pistols spoil us rotten

ROCK

She even flirts with a guy I used to fancy, coyly placing ants in his mouth

Saturday night Sunday morning

John v Glen: someone's talking bollocks

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next weekend... start the festival season

Festival organisers have decreed that summer is here. Next weekend's Essential Music Festival opens the season, and from then it keeps going until the end of August, seemingly without a break. Sadly, the legendary Glastonbury is not happening, but there will be plenty of other opportunities to get sunburnt and thread your Doc Martens with brightly coloured laces.

James Style on clubs

So Tribal Gathering's cancelled, what a shame. In this draconian, raveless age, and with no Glastonbury, we need at least one proper festival - an event where all the different dance music tribes can gather, if not under one roof, then in one field. Still, promoter Vince Power, owner of almost every London venue, probably sowed the seeds of this disaster last year when he won a court case against the police allowing his Reading festival to go ahead. The boys in blue are not good losers, and the traffic objection, which cancelled Tribal Gathering, was surely a settling of scores. How petty.

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Escaped convict phones paper

A convicted robber who went on the run after attempting to sue police who shot him during a post-office van raid said last night: "I just want to clear my name."

Clampdown on abuse of legal aid by the wealthy

A clampdown on the abuse of the legal aid system by wealthy people was announced by the Lord Chancellor yesterday. In future, officials will be able to take into account the assets of the applicants' relatives and friends if it appears they are substantially benefiting from their financial help.

Schizophrenic rapist given five life sentences

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Facts challenge fear of the mentally ill

Homicides involving psychotics remain constant despite heightened fears about the effects of cuts in the number of NHS beds and a series of chilling murders, while a pioneering scheme is helping patients in their home environment
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