The verdict on Lohan's foray into fashion design? Banal

Susannah Frankel reports from Paris on the actress's contribution to the new Ungaro collection

LiLo floats into Paris in new role – as fashion adviser

Ungaro's collection, created with the help of Lindsay Lohan, could make or break couture house

Liberty, By Garrison Keillor

We are back once again in the droll world of Garrison Keillor's Lake Wobegon – that small-town community of God-fearing grumps, descendants of either Norwegian Protestants or German Catholics.

My great escape: Garrison Keillor

A stroke forced author Garrison Keillor to face up to mortality – and gave him a sobering insight into the stark realities of America's healthcare debate

Why can't a woman be more like a lady?

'Feminine values' are making a comeback but do they have any place in today's world?

Anna Friel - Home is where the part is

After cementing soap notoriety and making a few false starts beyond the small screen, Anna Friel has finally found her niche – and a house – in the Hollywood Hills. Gill Pringle talks to Britain's latest star export

Ready to Wear: The pitfalls of at least some of the season’s main players are clear

The joys of summer dressing. So relaxed, so easy and, with a little wisdom, so much lighter on the wallet than the more serious wardrobe of the autumn season. Be not lulled into any sense of security, however. A few months in and the pitfalls of at least some of the season's main players are becoming all too clear.

Settling scores: Songwriters who take revenge

Lily Allen's single, released as a CD tomorrow, takes aim at an ex-partner, mocking his love-making skills. Katy Guest reports

Lindsay Lohan and the irresistible rise of 'mockumentary'

Troubled actress has revived her career – by posting a witty video on the website that's redefining comedy

Chris Pine: The next action hero

With Bottle Shock, Chris Pine has arrived in Hollywood. But it's his take on Captain Kirk that will make him a star, says Kaleem Aftab

Veronica Lee: Have you something to tell us, lads?

Film portrayals of lesbians suggest they are simply to be ogled or laughed at

Sophie Morris: Here's another group that won't miss George Bush

George W Bush might have been expected to spend his final hours in the White House polishing his golf clubs and taking Laura on a farewell turn around the state ballroom. Instead – unusually for one so workshy – he was busy with official business, and on Sunday held, as one of his very last acts while in office, the National Sanctity of Human Life Day.

Pandora: Murray finds outlet for memoirs, despite m'learned friends

Our former Ambassador to Uzbekistan Craig Murray is on the verge of celebrating a famous victory in the name of free speech.

BBC slammed after screening porn star's lesbian fantasies

The BBC came under fire today after celebrity lesbian couple Lindsay Lohan and Samantha Ronson were the subject of "gratuitously sexist and homophobic remarks" in an end-of-year show.

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VE Day 70th anniversary: How ordinary Britons celebrated the end of war in Europe

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New microbial species tells us something about our dark past, say scientists
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As a nation we're filling up on popcorn and pitta chips and forsaking their potato-based predecessors
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