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1. The Perfect Storm

Activision in view to make a killing as 007 Legends is announced

007 Legends set to let gamers relive Bond's 'most iconic and intense undercover missions' ahead of James Bond's 50th anniversary.

Amazon acquires James Bond US book rights

James Bond has a new American publisher: Amazon.com.

A Blagger's Guide To: James Bond

'Vices: drink, but not to excess, and women ...'

William Boyd to write official James Bond novel

William Boyd, the celebrated author and James Bond enthusiast, is to step into Ian Fleming’s shoes and send Britain’s most famous fictional spy out on a new mission.

‘Agent Vinod’, starring the Indian actor Saif Ali Khan has had lukewarm reviews

You're not licensed to thrill: Pakistan bans new movie by Bollywood's James Bond

His name is Vinod ... Agent Vinod. He can shoot two pistols simultaneously while diving through the air, disarm nuclear weapons and drive sports cars at terrifying speeds through narrow streets without breaking sweat.

James Bond studios makes £3.9m loss

Pinewood Shepperton studios slumped to a £3.9m loss in 2011 after it failed in an attempt to build replicas of Paris, New York and Amsterdam on green belt land.

'Celebrity' butcher Jack O’Shea was caught using a codeword to sell banned foie gras

Butcher gets the chop over foie gras scandal

Selfridges in London has parted company with its "celebrity" butcher Jack O'Shea after he was caught using a codeword to sell banned foie gras to customers under the counter.

Two share £2.3 million Lotto jackpot

Two winners shared Wednesday's Lotto jackpot of £2.3 million, Camelot said.

Jackpot winner scoops £4.5 million prize

One ticketholder has scooped the £4.5m Lotto jackpot, Camelot said.

DVD: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy (15)

Tomas Alfredson's perfectly cast adaptation of John le Carré's thorny tale of double-crossing spies doesn't quite equal the peerless BBC series from the Seventies, but it's still a sensationally nimble achievement.

One winner scoops £4.4 million Lotto jackpo

One ticketholder scooped the £4.4m jackpot in Saturday's National Lottery draw, Camelot said.

The Pinewood Studios site

Pinewood's £200m plan to rival Hollywood scuppered

Pinewood's dream to bring the mean streets of New York and the Paris boulevards to the Buckinghamshire countryside has collapsed after the Government blocked the studio's development plans. Filmmakers were yesterday left bewildered as the decision came just a week after the Prime Minister announced his backing for the industry.

Pinewood's plans to build replica cities thrown out

Plans by Pinewood film studios to build replicas of Paris, New York and Amsterdam on Green Belt land have been turned down.

Leading article: No Russian stone unturned

Six years on, it turns out that British secret agents in Moscow really did use a plastic rock in a park to spy on Russia in 2006, despite attempts by the government to dismiss the story at the time. We should not be surprised. Preposterous as it seems, the more improbable the charge, the more likely it is to be true in the sometimes schoolboy world of spying.

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