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It's 50 years since Joseph Losey's movie liberated British filmmaking. Ahead of a special screening, Geoffrey Macnab considers its legacy

Savills staff to get £100m bonus payout after profits soar

The estate agent Savills' 25,000 staff worldwide are set to share more than £100m in bonuses this year after the property consultant's profits jumped.

Rhys Ifans and Anna Friel

Actress Anna Friel 'thinking of freezing eggs until boyfriend Rhys Ifans ready to be a dad'

Anna Friel has revealed she is thinking of having her eggs frozen - for when boyfriend Rhys Ifans feels ready to face fatherhood.

Ram-raiders smash Mercedes through doors of Gucci's Sloane Street store

Ram-raiders have used a Mercedes to smash their way into Gucci's flagship London store in Kensington.

Amanda Echalaz (right) and Kristine Opolais (left) take on the role of Tosca in turn at the Royal Opera House

Highly strung sopranos reach diva pitch

Do you have to be a diva to take on Tosca?

Luxor Governor Ezzat Saad lays flowers for the victims

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Friends and colleagues have paid tribute to the victims of the hot air balloon crash in Luxor on Tuesday.

Between 1954 and 2008, the trumpeter Pat Halcox played over 10,000 performances with Chris Barber’s Jazz and Blues Band

Pat Halcox: Trumpeter with the Chris Barber Band

Between 1954 and 2008, the trumpeter Pat Halcox played over 10,000 performances with Chris Barber's Jazz and Blues Band. His farewell tour ended the longest partnership in jazz; at nearly 80 years old, Halcox had finally tired of the travelling.

Mitch Winehouse wears a tribute to late daughter, Amy Winehouse, at the Brit Awards 2013

Amy Winehouse's father attends Brit Awards 2013 with picture of her on his back

The father of late singer Amy Winehouse kept her memory alive tonight by arriving at the Brit Awards wearing a waistcoat with her face on the back.

Hugh Grant reveals birth of son on Twitter

Actor Hugh Grant has become a father for the second time and announced the news on his Twitter account - but warned the press to leave his family “in peace”.

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The only thing missing is a Benedict Cumberbatch cameo. But could he take a shift in the Wishy Washy?

Imogen Thomas has given birth to a baby girl

Ex-Big Brother star Imogen Thomas gives birth to baby girl

Former Big Brother star Imogen Thomas gave birth to a baby girl this morning.

Downbeat City mood casts a shadow over top rents

Gloom in the Square Mile is taking the fizz out of the top end of London’s rental market, property agent Knight Frank said today.

More students aiming for top universities are investing in extra tuition

Summer exams help rise in Easter revision courses

Demand for A-level top-up sessions is increasing, says James Wardrobe

Leafy Elmbridge in Surrey has been valued at £31bn…which is more than the homes of 1.75 million people in Glasgow

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It is not so much a divide as a gaping chasm.

Anthony Hilton: A spotlight on the real cost of education

Undergraduates should decide on the financial soundness of where they enrol
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