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The first cosmetic skin clinic launched by last year’s winner of The Apprentice, in partnership with Lord Sugar, has opened its doors

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The Roundhouse is more famous for rock than symphonies, but it could be just the venue to build up a young classical fanbase, says Jessica Duchen

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A new US sitcom gleefully pokes fun at 'High School Musical' clichés, and the Brits fall flat in the fashion world

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Tim Walker: 'The contestants in Saatchi's show aren't made to seem like sociopaths'

The Couch Surfer: Saatchi is the Wizard of Oz in this particular drama. His presence looms over proceedings, yet he never appears on screen, relaying his views instead via a hyper-qualified minion.

Struggling small business bosses are &quot;moaners&quot; says Sir Alan Sugar

Sir Alan Sugar dismissed bosses of struggling small businesses as "moaners" who "live in Disney World", it has been reported.

Struggling small business bosses are 'moaners' says Sir Alan Sugar

Sir Alan Sugar dismissed bosses of struggling small businesses as &quot;moaners&quot; who &quot;live in Disney World&quot;, it has been reported.

Arachnophobia: A web of fear

Spiders are everywhere this autumn &ndash; and that means a living hell for arachnophobes. But they can learn to beat the terror, discovers Holly Williams

Class of 2009: Can St George's ever live down the murder of its headteacher?

Everyone recalls one tragic fact about St George's: its headmaster Philip Lawrence was stabbed to death in front of his pupils at its gates. But did you know it is now one of the most improved secondary schools in the country? Peter Stanford meets the man who has transformed the pupils, staff and reputation of St George's with two words: 'modern strict'

Pandora: Suralan's seat stays empty at conference

While the Labour Party's promise of "special VIP" attendances at this week's conference might have been something of an exaggeration, organisers still managed to impress by convincing Lesley Garrett and Jo Brand to provide the entertainment for Tuesday's gala dinner in Brighton. There was one big name, though, who was conspicuous by his absence.

Karren Brady and David Sullivan set to leave Birmingham

Birmingham chief executive Karren Brady and PLC chairman David Sullivan will leave the club if Hong Kong businessman Carson Yeung completes his takeover of the club.

Freshly squeezed talent: Philippe Starck's reality TV show

A new reality show follows design guru Philippe Starck in his search for an apprentice, but how does the master of minimalism size up to Sir Alan? Gerard Gilbert takes a look
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