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Those who have seen the Aussie actress’ naked scenes in Martin Scorsese’s Oscar-nominated movie would probably agree with him

Gerard Byrne, State of Neutral Pleasure, Whitechapel Gallery, London

A country road. A tree. Evening. Irish artist Gerard Byrne has borrowed these stage directions from Samuel Beckett’s Waiting For Godot to title a series of photographs. They show just that – trees on roads in the evening.

The editor of the Indonesian edition of Playboy, Erwin Arnada, has just begun a two-year jail sentence

Playboy fined over porn websites accessible to children

Ofcom has fined Playboy £100,000 for failing to protect children from potentially harmful pornographic material.

Snoop Dogg says he 'would love' to pass on his dope knowledge to his kids

Snoop Dogg says he 'would love' to pass on his dope knowledge to his kids

Snoop Dogg has said that he “would love” to share his marijuana expertise with his three children.

Hugh Hefner's son Cooper

Playboy is art, not porn, says Hefner heir

Don't expect too many changes as the bunny empire boss's son prepares to take over

'The Ruler in the Realm of Lust': Fabian Thylmann

Fabian Thylmann, 'the ruler in the Realms of Lust’, is arrested for alleged tax evasion

Fabian Thylmann makes $100m a year from his online porn empire. Now the taxman is after him

France’s richest woman, Liliane Bettencourt, gave money to Mr Sarkozy

Sarkozy questioned over claims he cheated L'Oreal heiress

The French centre-right yesterday suffered one of the most miserable days in the history of any political movement in the democratic world.

Tony Hall

With Tony Hall appointed Director-General of the BBC, who will the ROH replace him with?

The Royal Opera House has lost a respected leader

Playboy show breached TV watershed

A digital TV channel was fined £40,000 yesterday for screening a series of racy shows featuring nude Playboy models before the 9pm watershed during last year's Christmas holiday.

Playboy club opens in India but bunnies may have their ears and tails cut off

India is to get its first Playboy club next month, with demurely dressed bunnies and a focus on glamour instead of sex.

Playboy TV filmed the movie, which is a erotic spoof of 1980s classic TV series Knight Rider, in just 10 hours amongst the tunnels at the historic fort. Filmakers reportedly paid more than £1,000 to hire out the venue.

Row after beautiful 18th century fort is used as location for pornographic film

A beautiful 18th century fort, recently reopened with the help of a £50,000 Lottery grant, is at the centre of a row after it was used as the location for a pornographic film.

Wealthy LA residents ask wealthier neighbours to help fix potholes

Residents of the staggeringly wealthy Holmby Hills district of Los Angeles are so tired of driving over potholes that they have asked the city council of the equally plush Beverly Hills next door to annex their community in an effort to get them fixed.

The former French president and his wife Carla Bruni-Sarkozy were not at the mansion as it was raided

Sarkozy's home is raided by police in funding probe

The former President Nicolas Sarkozy and his wife, Carla Bruni-Sarkozy, suffered the indignity of a "raid" on their home yesterday by police investigating illegal campaign financing.

Sarkozy’s home raided by police in campaign funding inquiry

Alleged illegal donations from L’Oréal heiress probed after former leader loses immunity

LeRoy Neiman, above left, with the boxer Bernard Hopkins

LeRoy Neiman: Artist whose brash style was perfect for the sports subjects he loved to paint

LeRoy Neiman was an artist whose paintings are immediately recognisable for their dynamic subjects and brash primary colours, often executed in household enamel paint.

Ksenia Sobchak is calling for a change in leadership, opposing the man her father mentored

'Russian Paris Hilton' criticises Putin's leadership

Russia's answer to Paris Hilton has emerged as a surprise critic of Vladimir Putin in a protest movement that has pitted the wealthy socialite against the man her father mentored.

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Please save my husband

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The cult of Roger Federer: What is it that inspires such obsessive devotion?

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Malaysian munchies

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Unai Emery’s passion for winning and eye for a bargain keep Seville centre stage in Europe, says Pete Jenson
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Abuse - and the hell that came afterwards

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It's oh so quiet!

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'Timeless fashion': It may be a paradox, but the industry loves it

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It may be a paradox, but the industry loves it
If the West needs a bridge to the 'moderates' inside Isis, maybe we could have done with Osama bin Laden staying alive after all

Could have done with Osama bin Laden staying alive?

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