Recipient actually lived in Illinois, not Daughter Killed In Car Crash
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Wednesday 06 August 2008
As if the daily attention of paparazzi and rubbish-sifting journalists wasn't enough, the privacy of dozens of Hollywood celebrities has been breached by more than 120 trusted employees at a group of Los Angeles hospitals.
Saturday 26 July 2008
Saturday 12 July 2008
For once, working out how to prevent their body hair from being painfully removed by the sticky waxed surface of their boards isn't the only problem facing California's nude surfers.
Saturday 14 June 2008
Friday 13 June 2008
An obscenity trial judge who insisted it was "part of the job" to sit through five hours of hardcore pornography with the jury has been forced to halt proceedings after it emerged that his personal website contains sexually explicit material.
Monday 26 May 2008
Friday 05 January 2007
Company chiefs' pay explosion points to a market failure
Friday 22 December 2006
Publishing in Britain can often look like one long, sorry story of literary crimes, follies and misfortunes. Consider the vast stashes of unsold celebrity nonsense now waiting to return to the warehouse, and you will never underestimate the trade's capacity for crassness. Thus it counts as hard news, and good news, that one corner of the book biz surpassed itself this autumn. It has proved a staggeringly rich season for first-rate new translations of classic works - and, in one case, for a very old translation. The complete 1611 Authorised Version of The Bible (edited by David Norton; £14.99) has at last joined the black-clad ranks of Penguin Classics. So, as James I's tame clerics put it, from the Greek of St Luke, "on earth peace, good will towards men".
Thursday 01 June 2006
Monday 21 November 2005
Friday 28 October 2005
Friday 03 October 2003
Saturday 13 September 2003
Saturday 13 September 2003
Saturday 02 August 2003
Migrants in Kos: Photos show real tragedy after Brits abroad complain of 'awkward' holidays
British tourists complain that impoverished boat migrants are making holidays 'awkward' in Kos
Michael Gove determined to scrap the Human Rights Act – even if Scotland retains it
Thousands of teenage girls enduring debilitating illnesses after routine school cancer vaccination
Threat to scrap Human Rights Act could see UK follow Nazi example, warns UN official
Why this year's general election was the most unfair in Britain's history
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