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Arsenal manager accuses rivals of using TV firms to 'fix' schedules to suit them

James Franco, pictured in the film 127 Hours, is the latest big Hollywood name to sign with Amazon

James Franco signs first-novel deal with Amazon

Who needs publishers? Not James Franco, the artsy Hollywood star who has just signed a deal to write his first novel; and not Amazon, the vast online retailer which beat the traditional giants of the industry to secure the high-profile author.

James Franco, pictured in the film 127 Hours, is the latest big Hollywood name to sign with Amazon

As celebrities choose Amazon, is this the end for publishers?

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Scientists and humanists fear creationist teaching is set to creep into more classrooms

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Horoscopes: A sign of the times

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7/7 conspiracy theories 'have no basis'

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Dave Davies' new film takes fans on a mystical journey

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