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The documents, published on the Miami-Dade County Court Clerks website, detail that the singer now faces just one charge

Revealed: producer of Top Gear drives a Honda Jazz

Andy Wilman tells Sean O'Grady of his economy drive – just don't let on to Jeremy Clarkson

Hit & Run: Suitably presidential

Political pundits may be speculating about Obama's first moves as president, but the style council are getting hot under the collar about his choice of outfit for the Inauguration Ball on 20 January.

24-Hour Room Service: Lower Slaughter Manor, Cotswolds, Gloucestershire

There's no getting past the name. And there's a faint disappointment that Slaughter is not a reference to a bloodied battlefield or even an abattoir; it is actually a confused local stab at speaking French. William the Conqueror gave this corner of the Cotswolds to the Norman knight Philip de Sloitre and his reward was to have his name massacred.

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The Feral Beast: Moir’s not thinking what her proprietor’s thinking

After she defected from 'The Telegraph', the first column by Jan Moir, right, for the 'Daily Mail' appeared on Friday under the line "Are you thinking what she's thinking?" Unluckily for Jan, proprietor Lord Rothermere may not be on her wavelength. One of her stories attacked Edward Eggins's sponsored rickshaw drive from Nepal to southern India, in memory of his friend James Wentworth-Stanley. "Why can't those who want to raise money for charity do something useful, instead of embarking on self-indulgent adventures?" she ranted. Alas for Jan, young Eggins happens to be a pal of Rothermere. Couldn't a colleague have told the new girl?

I love a show, the smell of new cars makes me giddy ...

With 60 manufacturers and more than 600 cars on display, the British International Motor Show may prise me away from my new bucolic idyll - they let you stare for ages

Seat Ibiza 1.2 Reference

This is Luc Donckerwolke's first creation for Seat, and the 'architectural' curves of the body signal a new design direction

The mile-high club: A new era in personal flight is cleared for takeoff

Are you tempted to buy the 'private jet for the masses', or would you rather strap on a jet pack?

Wayne's wheels: why big stars drive small cars

When Rooney was spotted driving a Mini last week, it wasn't necessarily a sign that he cares about his carbon footprint

Rest in pieces: the lucrative trade in luxury car spares

Eurospares, based in Essex, holds the largest Ferrari, Lamborghini and Maserati parts hoard of anyone in Europe.

Think of something and they’ve probably got it, from a £2 Ferrari sticker to £32,000 worth of F40 engine and gearbox. Miura headlights? No problem. Ferrari 328 alloys? Eighty in stock, along with 550 Maranello bonnets and over seventy different styles of Ferrari door.

Globetrotters with a conscience: Around the world in 381 days

Slow food, slow design – there are many movements that seek to counter the fast-paced society in which we live. Now, Ed Gillespie and Fiona King have started a new one – slow travel – that could save the world

South Pacific tragedy: The island that had (and lost) everything

Twenty years ago, the people of Nauru had the highest per capita income in the world. Today they are destitute: their natural resources exhausted, their wealth (and health) squandered, and their future scarcely imaginable.

Why the new Fiat 500 is oh, so retro!

The underpinnings of a Panda, a body inspired by an iconic model of half a century ago – that's the new, back-to-the-future Fiat 500, set to be as insanely popular as the Mini and the Beetle

Borders 19 Northampton 29: Borders grounded by Cohen's quick double

Northampton boosted their hopes of a place in the quarter-finals of the Heineken Cup with a solid bonus-point win over the Borders in a match switched from storm-lashed Netherdale to Murrayfield at very short notice. The Saints now face Biarritz at Franklin's Gardens on Sunday to decide who will progress as winners of Pool Six.

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