Live Review: Lyrebirds, Camden Barfly, 5th May

In recent years the rise of the indie bands that ironically ‘share’ the same sound as Manchester legends, Joy Division, isn’t something that instantly springs originality to my ears. The first of this sad bunch, and I mean sad in the non-contemporary form (or not), was the hideous Joy Division impersonators, The Editors. Singing songs about not knowing “love like they used to”, could marriage to Radio One DJ Edith Bowman be that bad? They shamelessly dance, sing, and fashion everything (apart from the epileptic fits) that is Ian Curtis, this can only fill me with resent.

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There are alternatives to locking up children

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Briton ranked alongside war criminals and genocidists for failing to return hire car

Rogues' gallery: The 'hottest' online art gallery in the world.

Looted artworks wanted by Interpol – including paintings by Picasso and Rembrandt – are now available to view online. John Lichfield steals a glimpse

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But neither the Russian navy nor Interpol are any nearer to solving the disappearance of the MV 'Arctic Sea'. David Randall reports

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