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The singer fell ill while modelling for the Queen of Pop's clothing line

Cultural Life: Kelly Osbourne

'I picked up a book called 'Daughters of Shame' by Jasvinder Sanghera at the airport because I needed something to read on the plane.'

Philip Hensher: The best way to apologise to Alan Turing

The Alan Turing case has come to seem horrifying over the years. Once the government was asked directly what it thought about it, then some kind of statement of regret would only be human. In January 1952, Turing, the

Party Of The Week: A night of rock and roller disco

Little Boots and Kelly Osbourne hung out together along with Kimberly Stewart at the Nokia Skate Almighty VIP launch party.

For the record: 22/06/2009

'The Lobby is an obedience school: Come to heel and you get your titbits. That is not journalism; that is copytaking.' Guido Fawkes woos the Association for Journalism Education

Lisa Markwell: Spare me the meat-free Mondays

Thanks to Sir Paul, I'll struggle with my daughter's packed lunch

McCartney urges 'meat-free days' to tackle climate change

Chargrilled asparagus and lemon tart – that's the vegetarian menu for a glamorous cast of musicians, actors, writers and artists starting a mass movement today to limit meat eating and combat climate change.

Nightclub worker sought over toilet sex attack

Detectives released a photograph today of a man accused of raping a woman after jumping on her from the ceiling of a nightclub toilet.

Eminem puts Bruno run-in behind him

Eminem looked like he had put aside the humiliating events of the MTV Movie Awards as he performed with Jay-Z.

Pet of the week: The puggle

Aaah, he's so cute. What type of dog is he? A puggle, the fashion-forward crossbreed du jour. First they brought you labradoodles, then it was cockapoos, and then there was the terrier crossed with a bulldog, known as a terribull. The puggle is the latest litter in an ever-growing kennel of crossbreeds. As with all things fashionable, one is left thinking, "Whatever next?"

Bring on the pain of a recession and purge our coarsened souls

An economic downturn is painful – but inevitable and desirable, says Tim Lott. For, amid the suffering there will be more creativity and a corrective to our runaway acquisitiveness

Peaches Geldof: Girl about town

The daughter of Bob Geldof and Paula Yates is cutting a swathe through the London social scene. But is her hectic lifestyle taking its toll?

Kelly Osbourne: 'Don't you dare call me auntie'

We first met her as a stroppy teen on MTV's most famous reality show. Now Kelly Osbourne is a champion of youth in Britain's media, answering the problems of other troubled youngsters on Radio 1 and now in 'The Sun'. Ian Burrell talks with her

Blaze shuts famous London market

Police are today warning people to stay away from London's famous Camden Market as the clean-up operation begins after a huge blaze that took more than 100 firefighters to bring under control.

Review: Who knew post-modern telly could be such fun?

Moving Wallpaper/Echo Beach, ITV1; Mistresses, BBC2; The Big Food Fight, Channel 4; Big Brother Celebrity Hijack, E4
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