'Stalker' arrested in Madonna's home

An alleged "stalker" was arrested this weekend after breaking into Madonna's home.

Linda Barker’s thrifty tips for chic junk

Cashmere jumpers and vintage sherry glasses get an overhaul at this weekend’s Ideal Home Show, says Annie Deakin

Born This Way: It's the same old song... so what?

As Madonna's brother accuses Lady Gaga of stealing her latest hit, Fiona Sturges says pop plagiarism claims miss the point

The return of Wallis Simpson

Our fixation with the Duchess of Windsor is stronger than ever as the 75th anniversary of the abdication nears

Errors & Omissions: Every picture tells a story, but sometimes it's the wrong one

On Monday, 14 February, we naturally had an article about declarations of love. John Walsh wrote about love letters. The article was illustrated with pictures of the writers Denis Diderot, John Keats, Victor Hugo and James Joyce – and what looked like a Victorian etching of a soppy-looking medieval monk, captioned thus: "St Valentine, a martyr for love."

Lady Gaga receives support from Madonna

Lady Gaga has received support from "queen" Madonna for 'Born This Way'.

Culture Club: Glee, E4

Readers review this week's big TV series

Russell Brand curbs humour for Katy Perry

Russell Brand has stopped making religious jokes because they upset his wife Katy Perry.

How We Met: Jamie Theakston & Jonathan Yeo

'He was there when I met my wife; he had to look after Madonna while I chatted up Sophie'

Badly Drawn Boy turns badly behaved rock star

The musician Damon Gough, also known as Badly Drawn Boy, hurled abuse at his American fans in an onstage meltdown on Thursday night before telling them he would "never play live again".

Tonight's the night for Larry King as 25-year reign comes to an end

US TV's most revered talk show goes out for the last time this evening, making way for Piers Morgan

The Angina Monologues, Theatre Royal, Haymarket, London

Comic queen and friends are on song

Thompson raps 'predatory' stars

Last month Emma Thompson lambasted teenagers for their lazy syntax. Her next target: "Cougars". She has denounced unspecified Hollywood actresses in relationships with younger men as "predatory".

The secret to staying alert? Good genes

People who are able to sleep for just a few hours each night without nodding off at their desks the following day owe their apparently superhuman ability to stay awake to variations in their genes, a study has suggested.

Glee steps to heaven

As the first series of Fox's high-school hit is released on DVD, the cast tell James Rampton about the show's runaway success – and the thrill of discovering Gleeks in the White House
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Labour leadership: Andy Burnham urges Jeremy Corbyn voters to think again in last-minute plea

'If we lose touch we’ll end up with two decades of the Tories'

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