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'One of its most notable contributors was in Broadmoor'

King Kong: Ledley King coaches children in Hong Kong with the Premier Skills and Creating Chances charity in July

Ledley: A King denied his chance to reign

Likened as a boy to Bobby Moore, former Tottenham defender is not bitter despite injury-hit career

Postcard from... Galicia

Tim Key: ‘At times I was playing Scrabble with such beauty, it became more like ballet’

A friend challenged me to a game of Scrabble. They should have known better

Wayne Rooney is delighted with his own form but wouldn't reveal if he is happy as a United player

Wayne Rooney thanks Manchester United fans - and promises: 'there are a few more goals to come from me yet'

The striker scored twice in the Champions League victory over Bayer Leverkusen

Tottenham fans

Andre Villas-Boas backs David Cameron's view on chanting of 'Yid' by Tottenham supporters

The Prime Minister says fans should not be prosecuted

Referee Mark Halsey

Former Premier League referee warns pressure on officials could lead to suicide

Mark Halsey fears the increasing pressure could have devastating affect

Paperback review: The Pike - Gabriele D'Annunzio, By Lucy Hughes-Hallett

Hughes-Hallett’s long-listing for the Samuel Johnson non-fiction prize is well deserved, not just because of her illumination of an extraordinarily awful yet fascinating character, but also because of the way she does it.

My next book: a dog in a bag, and me. Can’t fail

Slowly, and almost indiscernibly, the taboos of my youth are being shed. The other day I caught myself thinking about attaching some sort of strap to my reading glasses.

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

Quiz: Are you down with the kids?

Do you find yourself listening in to 'young people' conversations unable to understand a word of what they're saying?

Unlucky for some: 13 notable deaths on Friday the 13th

One theory goes that the composer Rossini's death sparked modern superstition over the date. But he wasn't the only notable figure to die on this mysterious day

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013 winner: Apocalypse (My Boyfriend Doesn’t Care) (2013) by Slovakian artist Svetlana Fialova

Jerwood Drawing Prize 2013: The winning picture by Svetlana Fialova is a canny but misguided choice

Apocalypse (My Boyfriend Doesn’t Care) (2013) by Slovakian artist Svetlana Fialova, 28, has been announced as this year’s winner of the biggest drawing prize in the UK. It is a canny but misguided choice.

Rio Ferdinand chose not to wear the anti-racism shirt back in October 2012 before a Premier League fixture (l) and Clarke Carlisle in action for Northampton Town (r)

PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle criticises Ferdinand brothers over their refusal to back the anti-racism campaign 'Kick It Out' last season

Anton Ferdinand was involved in a racial incident with Chelsea captain John Terry and was joined by his brother Rio in refusing to wear the campaign's shirts last October

Director named for Elvis film: Kevin MacDonald will oversee Last Train to Memphis

The eagerly anticipated film charting the life story of Elvis Presley is to be overseen by The Last King of Scotland director Kevin MacDonald.

Germany in ****storm over rise of English words in dictionary

The country’s language association took the respected Duden Sprachewörterbuch’s editors to task for using the word ‘soccer’

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