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The pop singer’s feud with the bitchy Hollywood blogger just got even nastier
Arsenal have reason to be confident as they take on the champions, while Liverpool have much to prove against Bolton
US producer David Permut has bought the rights to a biopic of the man who discovered the Beatles
Zanu-PF says the 85-year-old Zimbabwean president was not ill, but went to the United Arab Emirates for a holiday
Amid tales of exploding iPhones, the French are investigating Apple’s smartphone
The Strictly Come Dancing star takes on Dizzee Rascal and X-Factor stars at this year’s awards
The Mole: After knocking the NHS, Dan Hannan goes off-message again - this time over the dreaded Enoch, writes our Westminster insider
FILM OF THE WEEK: The Hurt Locker. It’s tense, realistic and thrilling – but it’s also been described as a recruitment film for the US Army
Transfer Talk: Spurs’ Russian striker and Chelsea's Ukranian could be heading east. Villa set for double defensive swoop
The Irish airline has announced a net loss of €73.9m for the first half, compared to €21.6m the year before
The 'X Factor' judge is the first British woman to be signed up by L'Oreal since Kate Moss a decade ago
Speculation about Apple's latest product launch is rife - but have they really combined the netbook and the iPhone?
A Quintessential view of Venice, by the eighteenth-century artist Giovanni Antonio Canal, better known as Canaletto. The painting is at Sotheby's auction house in London and will be put up for sale on 3 December.
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