Education Secretary warns his proposal to bar candidates with poor degrees will badly hit maths, languages and sciences
He's been known to smuggle fake heroin and cocaine vending machines onto Brighton pier and deface Cheryl Cole's L'Oreal billboards. Now artist-come-media-stunt-pro Imbue is to display his latest work at No Walls Gallery, Brighton.
Christie Brinkley is launching her own skincare range.
Make-up adverts featuring the airbrushed images of actresses Julia Roberts and supermodel Christy Turlington have been banned by the advertising watchdog following a complaint from an MP.
Distraught mother of three makes legal history after using the internet to commit contempt of court
Graduate Fashion Week was nothing if not proof that when times are hard, creativity prospers. Rebecca Gonsalves identifies tomorrow's stars
Alice Anderson's colossal installations made of red hair are at once comforting, suffocating and scarily realistic, says Alice Jones – and very much an extension of the artist herself
They say that creativity prospers in hard times, and if this year's Central Saint Martin's MA show was anything to go by, then that appears to be the case.
The words we hammer into internet search engines are as true a reflection of our inner thoughts and interests as the outside world will ever get to see. We're not prompted by pollsters or gently guided by external forces; if our field of interest happens to be Nazi memorabilia or midget porn, we're happy to tell a search engine. Anyone who has a blog and has been bored enough to check their statistics will be aware of the bizarre search terms that people type in before stumbling across their pages; my friend Emma recently noticed searches for "mackerel painting" and "gulag lips of inpenetrability" that had inexplicably directed people to her blog about life in Brussels. We treat the search box as something private, the contents of which are known only to us and the search engine.
France's incendiary political and society soap opera, the Bettencourt affair, came to a shuddering halt after three years yesterday without its much-awaited denouement in the courtroom.
Mick Jagger's daughter has become the latest face of a misleading beauty campaign. British brand Rimmel exaggerated the benefits of a mascara by pinning false eyelashes on Georgia May Jagger, the singer's daughter by Jerry Hall, the Advertising Standards Authority ruled today.
Is he a new man?
James Kaliardos, make-up artist to the stars, explains how he discovered his calling doing his mum's eye make-up and why the bounds of fashion cannot hold him
Silk fibres cling to lashes, creating the illusion of larger eyes. The fragrance-free formula is ideal for lens wearers.
The crisis engulfing France's President Sarkozy is drawing comparisons with the Watergate scandal of the 1970s. John Lichfield considers the evidence
'Le Monde' launches legal action against President, claiming he used security services to find insider who leaked information to paper