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Scooter Braun (pictured left), the man credited with discovering the 19-year-old, says that Bieber gets “so angry” about the negative publicity

Can the lad turn into a gent?

James Brown, the creator of `Loaded', is struggling to repeat his success at the classier `GQ' magazine, says Paul McCann

Have you got the balls for women's work?

The world of magazines may be fabulous, but says Richard Cook `AbFab' it ain't

The ever-elusive nature of Gerry Adams

It's 11 December 1997, and I'm standing in Downing Street waiting for Gerry Adams to arrive. It's early afternoon. Hundreds of the world's press are around me. Photographers are hanging off aluminium stepladders where they have been perched since early morning. There is a strange tension in the air; everyone is both excited and nervous.

Interview: Welcome to the glossy world of a chap always in vogue

DEBORAH ROSS TALKS TO NICHOLAS COLERIDGE

Oasis man to settle down

Liam Gallagher, the Oasis singer, wants to settle down with wife Patsy and have children.

Why you'd choose to be a woman - 100 good reasons

Debbie Barham is full of reasons to be cheerful about being female. Incidentally, the men's magazine `GQ' celebrated its 100th issue this month by listing `100 Reasons Why It's Great To Be a Bloke'. Sad reading by comparison.

JAMES BROWN, THE LATEST EDITION

The bad-boy creator of 'Loaded' has quit to edit upmarket 'GQ'. Not everyone was sad to see him go. Tim Hulse talked to the rising star and some who feared the fierceness of its heat

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It's a man's, man's, man's, man's world

BOOK OF THE WEEK; More than a Game: GQ on Sport (Orion, pounds 18.99)

Men's magazines: who reads 'em?

It's a publishing sensation: the men's magazine market has taken off like a rocket. So, how come you never see anyone actually, you know, reading one? Matthew Sweet investigates

New twist in Tiger's tale as idol turns spoiled brat

From messianic role model to money-grubbing motormouth in two short months. As John Carlin reports, the US media have declared open season on golfing wonderboy Tiger Woods

CV; PETER HOWARTH Editor, 'Esquire'

'WHEN MY SON WAS BORN, I REMEMBER THINKING IF I COULD LIVE THROUGH THAT EXPERIENCE, THEN BEING EDITOR OF "ARENA" WOULD NOT BE THAT DIFFICULT...'

In Vogue with Alexandra Shulman

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WHAT WOMEN REALLY REALLY WANT

The people who brought us `The Face' and `Arena' in the Eighties have a new project: a ground-breaking magazine for women. It's going to be different, they say. But how exactly?
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