Lindsay Lohan vowed to stay

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The actress claimed the creators of the game hijacked her image

David Lynch, Untitled (England). Late 1980s, early 1990s

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A recurring motif in his films, Lynch first started photographing abandonned factories in the early 1980s

We are all dangerously in thrall to the mirage of that perfect life which Nigella Lawson seemed to embody

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Ian Rankin’s Rebus is supposed to be written in real time but perhaps that has become somewhat elastic in the Edinburgh created for him. The set up for his latest – Saints of the Shadow Bible – is made possible by a raising of the retirement age in Scotland.

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They were the selfies of their day: a photography trend that swept the nation. But where was mother while these infants were having their portraits taken…

Ashes 2013-14: England spin their way to a draw ahead of second Test

Chairman’s XI v England, tour match, Traeger Park Oval, second day

When two become one: Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin's ghostly 'scarti' images

In 2003, Adam Broomberg and Oliver Chanarin embarked on an ambitious project named Ghetto. For it, they travelled around the world taking photographs and interviewing inhabitants of 12 contemporary gated communities, from Tanzanian refugee camps to residents of the Rene Vallejo Psychiatric Hospital in Cuba.

Books of the year 2013: War

Private Alex Stringer, of the Royal Logistic Corps, was 20 when he was blown up in Afghanistan: "The reason I lost my left leg so high up is because the burning paint cooked my left leg all the way down to the bone. But if I hadn't set myself on fire, I would have bled out and died – as a result of it, all the arteries became cauterised".

England batsman Gary Ballance looks to be the favourite to replace the departed Jonathan Trott after hitting a half-century in the warm-up match against an Australian Chairman's XI

Ashes 2013-14: No 6 place remains hanging in the Ballance for England

England toiled in the heat against the Cricket Chairman’s XI

Acid victims' families urge action from Tanzanian authorities

The families of two British teenagers who had acid thrown at them in Zanzibar have expressed their frustration at the “lack of urgency” to identify the men that did it.

Leviathan: Film review - jarring, murky brilliance

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David Cameron postponed plans to introduce plain packaging on cigarettes earlier this year
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The winner, Jemma Wilcock from Manchester School of Art took a conceptual and intuitive approach, using the history of cotton trading heritage of the city as inspiration. She was awarded a paid commission to shoot the photography for a new Hotel Indigo property which will open in Europe in Spring 2014

In pictures: World Photography Organisation student photography competition

This year the World Photography Organisation has partnered with Hotel Indigo to develop a UK-wide student programme to recognise and reward the next generation of exciting British-based photographers.

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