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Race Alliance by Pamela Anderson will contest this weekend's FIA GT round in Slovakia

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Stephen Churchill's parents realise now that the car crash was the first sign, writes Charles Arthur.

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Annus Horribilis, Annus Mirabilis: Never mind Baywatch, never mind the tattooed, soon-to-be-ex-husband. Given the right script, Pamela Anderson could still be a Monroe for our age. By Emma Forrest

My guide to love and relationships: avoid at all costs My stocking filler guide on how best to say no

We've all heard of The Rules: Time-tested Secrets for Capturing the Heart of Mr Right, a recipe devised by two American women for luring men into marriage. Two American men have retaliated with The Code: Time- tested Secrets for Getting What You Want from Women - Without Marrying Them, a vicious vengeance tract on how to avoid commitments. Both fine stocking presents.

WHY ARE THEY FAMOUS? NO 14: TOMMY LEE

Main Claim: Hubby of Pamela Anderson, pneumatic siren of the Malibu waves. Actually, soon to be ex-husband: she filed for divorce this week on grounds of "irreconcilable differences", and his conjugal claims on her silicon charms are now off-limits. Almost forgot, Lee is also "drummer" for crap metal band Motley Crue.

Headed for divorce, but Pammy keeps her bottle

People & Business

You are about to enter the age of the superbody - fasten your faces, please

What will we look like in 20 years' time? And in 50? And 100? In this four-page special report on the body of the future, Marek Kohn predicts a world in which we will achieve physical perfection - at a price. Overleaf, Eleanor Bailey reveals how science is pushing back the boundaries to make our wildest dreams come true while, on page 10, Annalisa Barbieri says that in a perfect world, she'd rather be imperfect

Time we reclaimed what is rightfully ours

Our breasts belong to us, not to babies, partners or doctors, says Suzanne Moore

The ugly truth that stalks our sexual fantasies

`My Stalker Hell by Pammi Girl", says The Sun's headline. Beneath is a picture of "lovely Perry Southall, 20" wearing a PVC miniskirt and boots. Ms Southall, it ought to be explained, is Pammi Girl, as far as The Sun is concerned, because of her striking resemblance to Pamela Anderson, an actress. She was stalked for eight months by a man who was finally convicted on two assault charges - the jury accepted that she had been psychologically scarred.

Judge says stalking should be a criminal offence

A barrister who claimed that a dental nurse terrified by a stalker liked the attention of men and had behaved like a "queen bee that dresses to kill" was reported to the Bar Council yesterday. The lawyer was also rebuked by the trial judge, who called for a law making stalking a criminal offence.

Sailing close to the wind

Colin Brown learns to stand on his own two feet at the Greek Mecca of windsurfing - with the help of a 'Baywatch'-style babe

Eat, drink, be merry

profile: David Simons

CAPTAIN MOONLIGHT: My cabinet ... Hume fumes ... Blair's joke

Right! Some two weeks have now passed since I announced the foundation of a new political party with a radical, challenging agenda which included a ban on cucumber and more Jane Austen adaptations. I appealed for support, to be shown in a practical fashion, viz cheques. I have to say, though, that the initial response has not been quite all I could have wished for. But I press on; in the life of all great men, as my role model, Mr Conrad Black (qv) is wont to say, there have been setbacks. I was also less than impressed with the dream cabinet announced last week by the upstart Natural Law Party, featuring the likes of Richard Branson at social security and Lord Rees-Mogg at the FO. Pathetic! Here is the Moonlight Party cabinet: Prime Minister: Modesty Forbids. Treasury: Nicholas Leeson, Duchess of York. Home Office: Barry Bucknall. Foreign Office: Julio Iglesias. National Heritage: Pamela Anderson Lee. Trade (definitely): Mohammed Fayed. Defence: Francis Bruno. Health: Princess of Wales, My Mum, Your Mum.

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