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A young woman from London has been warned she faces prison after being found guilty of throwing acid in a friend's face because she once called her ugly.

Kate's bag: Stratford gets the look

Harvey Nichols and Mulberry are in talks to open shops in the walkway to the Olympic stadium, in east London.

Has Lynn Barber killed the art of criticism?

Telegraph's £65,000 payout for 'spiteful' article threatens to muzzle reviewers

American retailers head for UK, despite downturn

Crate & Barrel, the US homeware chain, is just one of a handful of overseas retailers heading for London to open new stores, despite tough times on the high street.

Prince Harry 'dating underwear model'

Prince Harry has a new girlfriend.

Model citizen: Meet Godfrey Gao, Asia’s first male supermodel

Gao is Louis Vuitton’s new poster boy and the man who is changing the face of luxury goods advertising

Lonesome George: Why Clooney is unlucky in love

For the Hollywood A-lister unable to find his perfect leading lady the single life may be too attractive

Dragon takes the plunge into lingerie

Theo Paphitis tells Laura Chesters why he is making a second foray into the women's underwear sector

Abercrombie signs deal on London store until 2021

The US fashion chain Abercrombie & Fitch has committed to its eponymous shop in London for another 10 years and also plans to launch its first childrenswear store in the capital.

Man appears in FHM's '100 Sexiest Women' list

That readers of FHM have voted an androgynous man in to their most recent list of the 100 Sexiest Women in the World might have been a cause for celebration among equal rights campaigners.

Bob Dylan denies censorship of China shows

Rock legend Bob Dylan took to his website yesterday to dispute accusations he bowed to censorship for his first ever concerts in China last month.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley beats Cheryl Cole in sexiest woman poll

Plymouth-born model turned actress Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has unseated Cheryl Cole to be crowned the world's sexiest woman.

Caleb Followill to have 'traditional' wedding

Caleb Followill and his fiancee Lily Aldridge are having a "traditional" wedding.

Sarah Sands: Why Mariella's pillow talk is front-page news

Whatever Mariella Frostrup's strong views on Liberia or the Orange Prize, they cannot compete with the engulfing tide of interest in her bra-wearing habits. The word "bra", like "Israel" or "Palestine", triggers a global meltdown on the internet.

Orlando Bloom says fatherhood has changed his life

Orlando Bloom says becoming a father has "changed everything" in his life.

Harriet Walker: I don't want to be a princess any more

The day I learnt how Anne Boleyn met her grisly end, I shrugged my shoulders and continued to hope against hope that one day I'd be a princess. When Diana died, I was young enough to be bemused by all the caterwauling and old enough to realise that she would have been better off had she not got caught up in the wheels of the Great Pumpkin Carriage of State. But I still secretly wished I could be a princess.

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