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London Fashion Week kicks off on Friday and Swedish designer Ann-Sofie Back’s return will be a highlight. Expect the unexpected, says Harriet Walker

Joan Smith: Consumer choice is the new corset

Katie Price has taken control of her life and is hailed as a role model, but she is no Simone de Beauvoir

Pandora: Publisher pursues Morrissey by fan mail

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Peter Andre fights back tears at possibility of Alex Reid and Katie Price adopting his children

Peter Andre fought back tears today as he stormed: "No one is going to take my kids away from me".

DJ Taylor: The end is Nighy

...but there's still stuff to get angry about, such as bullies at work, the EU, headline-hunting schemers, and good actors in rotten films like 'Glorious 39'

Peter Andre accepts libel damages

Singer and TV personality Peter Andre accepted "substantial" damages in the High Court today over "offensive" allegations that he was lying in portraying himself as a loving father and husband.

Fans flock to London for premiere of Michael Jackson film This Is It

Michael Jackson fans are expected to flock to London tonight for a premiere of a film showing the late entertainer rehearsing for live shows which would never happen.

Hit & Run: From hired to fired

The machinations of celebville are as turbulent as the intrigues of a bloodstained Renaissance court this week, with Madonna cast as Henry VIII and her personal trainer, Tracy Anderson, as the unfortunate Cardinal Wolsey.

Claire Beale On Advertising: Is this why we hate ads on the radio?

Perhaps it was Peter Andre's sore throat that did it. Or perhaps it was just that after 12 months of recessionary gloom, adland was ready for some good news. Whatever the reason, last week's radio awards defied low expectations.

Quickie divorce for Katie Price and Peter Andre

The three-year marriage of Katie Price and Peter Andre came to an end in just over a minute today at London's High Court.

Peter Andre wins payout over 'Jordan lookalike' libel

Peter Andre accepted substantial undisclosed libel damages today over a claim that he made inappropriate sexual advances to a Jordan lookalike while still with wife Katie Price.

Peter Andre: Life in public eye 'can be mistake'

Peter Andre told today how living his life in the public eye with his estranged wife Katie Price may have been a "mistake".

Matthew Norman: A Prince and his indulgent public

We seem to have outgrown the idea that royals are crucial to our sense of self-worth

John Terry voted Dad of the Year

England football captain John Terry today added another trophy to his collection by winning the Dad of the Year award.

Dom Joly: The more gaffes on television, the better the show

I was doing a Radio 2 panel show last week and we had a heckler. Well, to be fair it wasn't exactly heckling, more mumbling. It all started really quietly, when the comic Robin Ince was going on about Jordan and Peter Andre. There were mutterings from the back of the crowd about how he ought to "leave Jordan alone". It was said so quietly that Ince pretty much ignored it. Then the voice asked him to "leave Peter Andre alone".

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