Mr Brewer says it is unlikely he would run as a candidate in May elections
This novel offers a bleak take on our appetite for celebrity and the new face of fame
Their names are Razor, Rylan, Speidi and the Toadjerk. And they are famous. Well, y'know, sort of
Pop star Peter Andre is in mourning after his brother lost his fight with kidney cancer.
My parents were… very determined and active. Work ethic is built into the family. None of us are lazy. Mum taught me manners, to give a firm handshake and to treat people as you would expect to be treated yourself, which is hard to do.
The Kardashians are reportedly planning to publish their own magazine.
The offer, which saw purchasers splash out on impulse buys for a decade, will come to an end next month
Many are looking forward to the Queen's Diamond Jubilee next year, but first there's a big birthday for another of our grande dames. London's Dorchester, hostelry to the rich and famous, is 80 this year – and is celebrating with a new range of spa packages and products. Aromatherapy Associates has created a bespoke scent for the hotel's birthday box, made with cedarwood, frankincense and sandalwood. As well as featuring in gift sets, the fragrance will be used in the Anniversary Ritual massage at its world-famous spa. £150 for 80 minutes, dorchestercollection.com
Yesterday's newspapers featured a groomed and glamorous young couple dressed in identikit cowboy outfits, resplendent in ten gallon hats, "giddy up, pardner" shirts and rootin', tootin' belt clasps.
We need to talk about Jordan...
When did neon nails, orange suntans and pink dye-jobs became the norm?
Katie Price is to give Lord Sugar a run for his money by finding her own apprentice for a new TV series.
It takes a bespoke brand of mental infirmity to confuse personal courage in advancing the right to cause offence with a penchant for bullying the most vulnerable
We are currently engaged in defining the profile of a typical i reader — intelligent, successful, inquisitive, and devilishly good-looking, that type of thing — but it occurs to me that one quality that unites readers of this newspaper is a sense of humour.
Channel 4 breached broadcasting guidelines with jokes about Katie Price's son Harvey on its Frankie Boyle comedy show, the media regulator has ruled.
It's time to set the record straight for the Bolton lad whose new best friend is Manny Pacquiao