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Simon returns today, bringing Californian sunshine with him – which is great, as long as the golf shorts stay on the course. To be fair, he doesn’t do office casual.

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Lindsay Lohan will carry out her community service in a morgue.

Lindsay Lohan out of jail after rollercoaster day

Lindsay Lohan was briefly jailed again yesterday after a rollercoaster day in which a judge downgraded her jewelry theft charge, but sentenced the actress to four months behind bars for violating her probation.

Cooper Brown: Back home

I lost it with A/C List guy. I need this movie to go big but I don’t need to be some kind of loser nanny to this idiot to get that done.

Last Night's TV: Women in Love/BBC4<br />Monroe/ITV1<br />A Farmer's Life For Me/BBC2

Rather a lot happened in the first part of BBC4's Women in Love – two drownings, at least one fight, a rape – though you wouldn't necessarily know it. The quiet, almost whimsical, nature of William Ivory's script allowed events to unfold gently, playing second fiddle to the internal dramas of the characters. It's a risky strategy: an adaptation of D H Lawrence's dual novels, The Rainbow and Women in Love, in which the predominant themes are sex and guilt could be a recipe for introspective torpor if ever there was one. And yet, to my mind, it all came off.

Star Island, By Carl Hiaasen

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Lindsay Lohan signs £2.1m book deal

Lindsay Lohan has signed a £2.1 million deal to front an explicit photographic book.

Cooper Brown: Planning the rally

My bust-up with Prince Harry has made the minor tabloids. One of them called me “a little known American journalist”. This is what I hate about the UK. I’m better known than the guy who wrote the piece, but he has to get all snarky on me because his life is a failure.

Talbot Church: Wedding party tots prepare for their big day

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Lindsay Lohan pleads not guilty

Lindsay Lohan has pleaded not guilty to felony grand theft.

Cyberclinic: If Quora's the answer, what's the question?

A friend recently attended an event run by a polling company where our response to the Big Society was analysed. Apparently the majority think that more of us should do voluntary work, but far fewer thought that they themselves should be the ones doing it. Not surprising, really; getting something for nothing is amazing, but giving something for nothing? What's the point? I'm not suggesting we're morally bankrupt – it's just human nature – but it helps illustrate why a new bunch of websites where your questions are answered by strangers, for free, are far from guaranteed to succeed.

Lindsay Lohan could be heading back to jail

Lindsay Lohan is set to return to jail after allegedly stealing a necklace worth $2,500.

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