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Drinks giant announced plans to cut costs by £200m as Chinese sales decline

David Bowie shoots to the top of the charts with The Next Day

David Bowie has scored his first number one album in 20 years with a record that is also the fastest-selling of the year so far.

Robbie Williams rumoured to be joining Take That pal Gary Barlow as X Factor judge

Take That duo Robbie Williams and Gary Barlow could be reunited on the X Factor judging panel, according to reports.

Kate's nose was the most requested surgery this year

Popular? You nose it: Duchess of Cambridge’s nose is the most requested plastic surgery procedure

What did you wish for this Christmas? Socks, a new DVD player – or perhaps even a new nose?!

Agenda: Caracalla 1947 bag; Rebel Wilson; Barlowered; gifts for the 12 days of Christmas

Fashion: Depeche Mode

Motorsport fans looking for  a style formula (one) should drive themselves to the internet forthwith  and root out  leather-goods label Caracalla 1947.

Rylan Clark axed from the X Factor

Rylan Clark is the latest hopeful to be given their marching on orders from the X Factor.

Shock as X Factor favourite Ella Henderson axed

Ella Henderson was eliminated from X Factor last night in what was a "great tragedy" and "one of the biggest shocks we've ever had on the results show".

District 3 gets the chop from X Factor

District 3 was eliminated from X Factor after losing the sing off against fellow group Union J in what was a battle of the boybands.

Gary Barlow honoured with Music Industry Trust Award

The Prince of Wales paid tribute to Gary Barlow as the Take That frontman was honoured at a prestigious music industry bash.

Gary Barlow 'gutted' as his second act Melanie Masson axed from X Factor

Gary Barlow has expressed his bewilderment after another of his acts was axed from The X Factor last night.

Cheryl Cole gives X Factor viewing figures a slight boost although numbers remain well down on 2011

The return of former X Factor judge Cheryl Cole has given the series a ratings boost but viewer numbers remain well down on last year.

X Factor 'wildcard' entry returns

X Factor bosses are once again to introduce a "wildcard" entry to the live stages of the show.

The Weekend's Viewing: The X Factor, ITV 1
The Last Weekend, ITV 1

You watch the Olympics and you think we’re in a whole new world where we all understand the value of hard work, where the cult of celebrity has lost its appeal, where we put people on pedestals, if we do it at all, for the right reasons.

Getting there: Lewis Hamilton keeps calm under pressure on his way to securing a front-row start in today's Grand Prix at the Gilles Villeneuve circuit in Montreal

Hamilton finds his calmer approach is key to consistency

The British driver is without a victory on the F1 circuit so far this season but is showing a greater maturity in his quest to regain the world title

Virgin worker 'link to paparazzi'

A Virgin Atlantic worker has quit over claims she passed on the flight details of eight celebrities to a paparazzi agency.

Raring to go: Lewis Hamilton will be looking to put down the right marker in Melbourne next weekend

Hamilton: Last year I put having fun before Formula One

2008 world champion makes a surprising admission on the eve of tough new season

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