When Bowie's wife found him in bed with Jagger, she 'asked if they wanted coffee'
We gave Fifty Shades to a writer working on a PhD about sadomasochism and romantic love. The result? Ouch
‘I’m not a prude – I live in France’: columnist’s attack on erotic novel raises mirth on Twitter
Reviewers pay tribute to Martin Amis's craft but ask whether artistry alone still cuts it
Do women love porn anyway and just needed something stronger? Does it reflect a world still dominated by men?
Managers do not understand computer geeks or what they do. So they sack them and pay the consequences
As E L James's novel becomes fastest selling book of all time, her husband scores a publishing deal
Gove and his Tory squid cohorts might even have gotten away with it if they hadn't read pesky Molesworth
Jones says Martin Amis writes 'cardboard cut-out' caricatures of people he knows nothing about
Alice Walker stirs controversy with letter of protest against Israel's 'persecution' of Palestinians
A street vendor in Kabul sells balloons to a group of Afghan children. Although the economy in Afghanistan has shown some signs of improvement since the fall of the Taliban in 2001, low wages and unemployment remain challenges for the government.
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