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The track features the model saying 'driving this posh car, day and all night'

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Rock star Pete Doherty was given a 12-month driving ban and fined £500 today after he admitted allowing his manager to use his Daimler without insurance.

Mark Steel: I think it's time we put Lord Ashcroft's money to better use

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The manager of rock star Pete Doherty was jailed for 12 months today after admitting being involved in a hit-and-run crash.

Lives Like Loaded Guns, By Lyndall Gordon

"Unanswered and unanswerable questions resonate in the wake of lives, and no one more elusive than Emily Dickinson," Lyndall Gordon writes. Women writers of the 19th century who were reclusive, little published in their lifetime, had secret sorrows, and found it hard to leave their fathers' houses, have long fascinated readers. The Brontë sisters, Elizabeth Barrett Browning and Emily Dickinson have all appeared as vulnerable wounded geniuses. The task of recent criticism and biography has been to foreground the intellectual strength, confidence and anger of these writers.

Doherty manager facing jail after hit-and-run

The manager of rock star Pete Doherty was today told he could be given a jail term after admitting his part in a hit-and-run.

Pete Doherty arrested moments after escaping jail sentence

Rock singer Pete Doherty was rearrested at court today moments after he was spared jail with a fine for driving offences.

'My son was killed – and Doherty and his cronies were in some way culpable,' says mother

Sheila Blanco is determined to prove that her son Mark was pushed to his death. Kevin Rawlinson reports

Pete Doherty sorry for singing Nazi anthem

Singer Pete Doherty has apologised for offending festival-goers in Germany when he performed a Nazi-era rendition of their national anthem.

Pete Doherty: 'I was on life support machine after poisoning'

Troubled Pete Doherty has revealed that his heart "stopped" and he was on a life support machine after being rushed to hospital.

Pete Doherty's manager on hit and run charge

The manager of rock star Pete Doherty appeared in court today charged over a hit-and-run crash in which a man was critically injured.

Richard Ingrams's Week: Lots of money for BBC staff, less for its contributors

MPs should be grateful to the BBC for revealing this week full details of the pay and expenses of all their senior executives.

Amy Winehouse's mother worried over ex-husband reunion talk

Amy Winehouse's mother voiced her concern today that her daughter might reunite with ex-husband Blake Fielder-Civil.

Pete Doherty set to reform The Libertines

Pete Doherty has revealed he is prepared to reform his band the Libertines, even if fellow frontman Carl Barat refuses to join.

Peter Doherty joins V Festival bill

Peter Doherty has joined the line-up for V Festival.

Doherty to face trial on driving charges

Rock singer Pete Doherty was released on £50,000 bail today to await trial charged with dangerous driving after a gig.

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