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Dieudonné is currently under investigation for fraudulent bankruptcy
'The Beach of Falesa' was shelved in mysterious circumstances in the Forties
The hidden plight of women asylum seekers detained in Britain is exposed today as a major new report warns that female rape and torture victims are being locked up indefinitely, suffering from depression and being intimidated by male guards.
Multiple police raids were launched today on the homes, office and theatre of the anti-semitic comedian Dieudonné M'bala Mbala as part of an investigation into alleged money-laundering and fraud.
The Sarah Lund actress will be donning the thick-knit cable sweaters again
The actress will return to the Gielgud Theatre where she made her debut
The Shed, National Theatre, London
The device was turned off and searched for footage but the cinema stated that "wearing a device that has the capability to record video is not appropriate"
What did ‘The Pass’ reveal about the game and its taboos? Surprisingly little
Daniel Alarcón's second novel arrives in Britain heralded by the familiar sounds of hype. The New Yorker listed him among their best novelists under 40, and he is one of 'Bogota's 39' which promoted rising stars from 17 Latin American nations. His writing appears in the usual hip locales: McSweeney's, n+1, and Harper's.
Plus, the rise of the first time buyer, the importance of smell, and Generation Rent
I first heard Rae Woodland at the Nottingham Albert Hall in the mid-1960s when she sang the soprano solos at one of the Nottingham Harmonic Society's annual performances of Handel's Messiah.
The BBC are due to screen 650 hours of live coverage from Russia
ITV makes complaint in its submission into the Culture Committee's inquiry into the future of the BBC
The Matilda composer is working with screenplay writer Danny Rubin