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Britain's oldest casino has refused to pay out £7.3m to a world-beating poker star and has launched a probe into how he took on the house at a skill-free game of chance, and won.

Justin Lee Collins has never hit anyone in his life, he told his trial for domestic and emotional abuse

Jury sent home in Collins trial

A jury deliberating its verdict in the trial of television presenter Justin Lee Collins, who is accused of harassing his ex-girlfriend, has so far been unable to reach a decision and will return to court after the weekend.

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For transcendence with an on-and-off switch, there's nothing like neon.

Prince Harry has returned to Afghanistan

Nude Prince Harry photos: St James's Palace decides against making formal complaint

Prince Harry's aides have announced they will not be making a formal complaint to the newspaper watchdog about the Sun's publication of nude photos of him.

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Dominic Lawson: Camera phones changed the world

There is a Facebook site called Seeing Japanese Tourists Taking Photos of the Most Pointless Things. It has almost half a million followers. This is an ever-widening circle of voyeuristic absurdity: vast numbers of people staring at photographs taken by other people who enjoy stalking Japanese tourists fixated by the need to register their own image of something which is of no obvious interest.

No defence for printing Prince Harry photos, says Jeremy Hunt

Jeremy Hunt, the Culture Secretary, yesterday denied that The Sun newspaper had a public interest justification for publishing photos of Prince Harry naked.

Rupert Murdoch says critics should 'give Prince Harry a break'

Rupert Murdoch has sympathised with Prince Harry in the wake of the royal's naked photograph controversy, urging critics to give him "a break".

Murdoch: saw initial failure to run the photos as 'humiliating'

Angry Murdoch used Harry photos to defy Leveson

The owner of 'The Sun' intervened personally to run the pictures of the naked prince

More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photos of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun

850 complain to PCC over The Sun's Prince Harry naked photos

More than 850 complaints have been made to the press watchdog about naked photographs of Prince Harry that were published in today's Sun.

Harry, the party-loving prince

Harry: The fresh prince

As nude pictures of Harry on a night out add new meaning to the phrase Las Vegas Strip, Tim Walker bows before the Royal who knows how to get a party started

Embarrassing pictures showing Prince Harry and a young woman naked in a hotel room have been published on the internet

Naked pictures of Prince Harry published

Embarrassing pictures showing Prince Harry and a young woman naked in a hotel room have been published on the internet.

Bob Birch: US bassist who became a mainstay of Elton John's band

"I couldn't ask for a better gig. The music is fantastic, the bass lines are classic, and Elton is a gem..."

Michael Dokes fought heavyweight greats such as Evander Holyfield and Riddick Bowe

Boxing: Former world champion Dokes dies from liver cancer, aged 54

Former world heavyweight champion Michael Dokes, 54, has died after losing his battle with liver cancer.

Less than £200: The price of £198 per person gets you return flights from Heathrow to Barcelona on 11 September plus two nights at the Barcelo Atenea Mar, without breakfast. The deal is one of a number of sub-£200 offerings from British Airways Holidays to the Catalan capital in September. ba.com

Deals of the week: Barcelona, Las Vegas and Burgundy

Less than £200... The price of £198 per person gets you return flights from Heathrow to Barcelona on 11 September plus two nights at the Barcelo Atenea Mar, without breakfast. The deal is one of a number of sub-£200 offerings from British Airways Holidays to the Catalan capital in September. ba.com

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