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Morrissey slammed Barack Obama for eating turkey this week

War of words breaks out in Norway over Morrissey’s Nobel Peace gig as singer unforgiven for comparing Anders Behring Breivik massacre to killing animals for fast food

People have not forgotten his words after the far-right extremist killed 77 people in Oslo and on Utoya Island

The Smiths frontman Morrissey

Morrissey backs Russell Brand's no vote call in tirade against British establishment

The singer began his impassioned rant by condemning hunting in Britain

Out of this world: Morrissey

The Week in Music: Morrissey adds his velvet tones to the Lou Reed love-in

We've had covers of songs by the late Lou Reed from My Morning Jacket, Pearl Jam, Arctic Monkeys and Twin Shadow (with a woozy version of “Perfect Day”).

The row over Morrissey's autobiography has been resolved

Row resolved: Morrissey's autobiography to be published this month

The Smiths frontman appears to have patched up relations with his publishers, Penguin, following a reported last-minute disagreement

Morrissey claims that 11th-hour split with his publisher has delayed the arrival of the book

Is Morrissey’s autobiography a book that will never come out?

Singer announces 11th-hour split from publishers – despite no evidence the book was anywhere near finished

Morrissey has pulled his autobiography

Morrissey axes autobiography over disagreement with publishers

The singer has pulled his book due to a 'last-minute content disagreement'

Review: The North, By Paul Morley

A Tigger’s guide to northerners

Hey big spender: Never mind the tabloid tales - Viv Nicholson defines 1960s chic

Viv Nicholson. You've either no idea who I'm going on about, or no idea why I'm going on about her, especially on the fashion pages. In 1961, Viv won £152,300, 18 shillings, and 8 pence – the equivalent of a cool £3m today – on the football pools. When the press asked Viv what she planned to do with the money, she famously declared "Spend, spend, spend". That epithet became Viv's epitaph: it's also the title of her autobiography, a musical based on said tome, and an EP penned by her brother.

Morrissey

Morrissey keeps Thatcher on the guillotine: Singer rails against former Prime Minister

'Thatcher was a terror without an atom of humanity' says singer

Morrissey has had to postpone another US tour date due to double pneumonia

Heaven knows I'm miserable now: Morrissey postpones gig after suffering double pneumonia

Morrissey has postponed another date on his US tour due to pneumonia in both his lungs.

Morrissey of The Smiths, Dunham Massey, Greater Manchester Sept 1983

Kevin Cummins and The Smiths: These charming men, captured on film

As an exhibition of his photographs of The Smiths and Morrissey opens, rock snapper Kevin Cummins tells Elisa Bray no act ever fascinated him more

Bleeding ulcer causes Morrissey to postpone six shows of American tour

British rock singer Morrissey is postponing six performances on his US tour due to a bleeding ulcer, his spokeswoman said on Sunday.

A Taste of Honey, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

When Shelagh Delaney died last year aged 72 she was hailed as one of towering figures of post war British culture having seared the authentic voice of northern working class life into the consciousness of the theatre going classes - a constituency that had by the eve of the 1960s grown restless on a diet of rutting toffs and their well-heeled dilemmas.

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London 2012: Morrissey attacks 'blustering jingoism' of the Olympics and compares atmosphere to Nazi Germany

Trust Morrissey to rain on Britain’s patriotic parade. The singer has been criticised for attacking the "blustering jingoism" of the Olympic Games and comparing the atmosphere to Hitler’s Germany in 1939.

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