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The Nine Inch Nails frontman is still furious after all these years. But, at 78, Leonard Cohen knows it's better to be a lover than a fighter

Paperbacks: Al Dente, By David Winner

How to feast Roman style, from vineyard snails to wafers

Album: Various artists, Deutsche Elektronische Musik 2 (Soul Jazz)

A second volume of "krautrock"; 27 tracks covering the years 1971-83: Can, Faust, Neu!, Amon Düül II and lots of people you've never heard of, expressing the post-war counter-cultural German psyche with a sterling mix of bravery, innocence and playfulness: electronics, gasps, screeches, yells, blues-free guitars, repetition and more repetition.

Art house: Kraftwerk in Tate Modern’s Turbine Hall

Simon Price on Kraftwerk: Are we nearly at the future yet?

A band called ‘power station’ plays its power station album in a former power station – you can’t fault Kraftwerk for effort

Steven Stapleton performs his Sleep Concert this month in Newcastle

Steven Stapleton's Sleep Concert is the stuff of dreams

Would you want to go to a bed-and-breakfast concert? A ticket to the UK premiere of Steven Stapleton's 12-hour Sleep Concert at Newcastle's AV Festival, includes a single bed, a blanket, a nightlight and a bacon or egg roll and coffee in the morning – all for £25. Stapleton performs his dark ambient music live from his laptop throughout the night, manipulating his own Nurse with Wounds records, to induce sleep and dreams.

Full text: CIA internal report on interrogation methods

On Monday, the US Justice Department released a declassified version of a 2004 internal CIA report, entitled "Counterterrorism Detention and Interrogation Activities (Septemeber 2001 - October 2003).

Below is a PDF of the entire document.

End of the road for Kraftwerk founder

Dinosaur rock fans aged 45 and over will remember the pulsating, eerily monotonous yet pioneering electronic sound of the smash hit "Autobahn" that launched the German band Kraftwerk on to the popular music scene back in the 1970s.

'I'll tell you everything if you give me a muffin'

When he's not writing poetry or weeding the prison garden, Saddam Hussein is being interrogated about Iraq's WMD programmes. Brian Sack eavesdrops as the former dictator keeps the United States' elite inquisitors at bay

Murdoch left aghast by Dons' double dismissal

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Letter: Rubbish tip

Sir: It is time the archaic practice of tipping was abandoned (Column One, 7 December). By tipping one is implying that the person being tipped is a second-class citizen who will only do his or her job properly if bribed.

Column One: At last, Lonesome George can come out of his shell

BONK, BONK, bonk. That should be the libidinous sound of shell against shell but for Lonesome George, the last giant tortoise of his kind, there have been nearly 30 years of silent celibacy.

Column One: Michael, you can run but you can't hide

AS MICHAEL PORTILLO scuttles past the gay rights protesters outside Kensington Town Hall tonight, to stake his claim for the nomination of the local Tories, he must wonder whether his admission, last month, of a gay past was wise.

Column One: Liberal Democrats lose their left wing on take-off

EARLY ARRIVALS at the Liberal Democrat conference in Harrogate were greeted by the sight of a bright yellow bubble car parked in prime position outside the conference hall. I have a vague memory that this appealing vehicle once featured in one of John Cleese's party political broadcasts for the Liberal Democrats, but even so it hardly seemed the most potent image for a party with a new driver at the wheel - cute, undoubtedly, but notoriously unstable when turning left or right.

Letter: Hitting the poor

Sir: "Encourage" lone parents back into work? Surely "coerce", "bully", or even "terrorise" are far more appropriate.

Letter: Unfair test

Unfair test

Letter: Bah, humbug

Sir: Relate has compiled a quiz about how "your relationship" will survive Christmas (Column One, 6 December).
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