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IF THE primary reason for couture's existence in 1999 is to dress wealthy women as well as making fashion statements, Emanuel Ungaro's future is assured.

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Football: Sleeping giant grabs at crumbs

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Obituary: Anthony Newley

ONE OF Britain's most distinctive talents, Anthony Newley was an actor, singer, composer and writer who had his first starring role in films at the age of 16, composed hit musicals and songs, topped the hit parade himself as a pop star, played everything from romantic leads to quirky character roles in movies, starred on both the West End and Broadway stages, and became a favourite of cabaret audiences from New York to Las Vegas.

Anthony Newley dies of cancer

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Peter York On Ads No 260: Vanish: Fantastic, shocking really

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Strong, conniving women: the final frontier

Director Don Roos scripted Hart to Hart and Dynasty 2. No surprise then that The Opposite of Sex is about a bitch from hell.

It ain't envy. She's my sister

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Lew Grade rides off into an art director's sunset

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