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Former British number one has liver cancer Former British tennis number one Elena Baltacha has been diagnosed with cancer of the liver. The Ukraine-born 30-year-old, who retired in November, won 11 singles titles and reached the third round of
20 am Check out this first look photo of Dane DeHaan as James Dean and Robert Pattinson as photographer Dennis Stock in their upcoming film Life . The 27-year-old actor and Dane , 28, star in the film about a photographer who is assigned to shoot
Susie Boniface , one of the UK's most popular journalists on Twitter, has gained a staunch fan base following the publication of her book "Diaries of a Fleet Street Fox" -- the title referring to the central London street where many of Britain's
His book of 31 case studies from the therapist's couch, T he Examined Life: How We Lose and Find Ourselves , was one of the surprise bestsellers of last year. Now Stephen Grosz, an American psychoanalyst who works in London, is writing his second
British tabloids report the couple have left Prince George with Kate's parents, Michael and Carole Middleton, at their Berkshire mansion west of London...Advertisement Prince William is meant to be completing an intensive 10-week agricultural
The singer who was the runner-up on the eighth season of American Idol will join guitarist Brian May and drummer Roger Taylor on a 19-date tour, which Brian claims will be the closest that you'll ever get to see Queen as it was in our golden days. I
7 March 2014 13 View comments Cressida Bonas supported boyfriend Prince Harry as he made a speech at a charity event in London today. The 24-year-old joined Harry's cousin Princess Beatrice at the We Day event, which promotes global youth empowerment.
Media playback is unsupported on your device WOW festival draws all-female Poet Laureate line-up 7 March 2014 Last updated at 10:49 GMT All five Poet Laureates of the UK and Ireland are to hold their first ever joint public reading on Friday, as part
The Act of Killing wins Guardian Film Awards best film Surreal documentary The Act of Killing shocked audiences around the world Documentary The Act of Killing, about Indonesian death squads in the 1960s, has been named best film at the inaugural
The sketch show, which featured Meera Syal, Sanjeev Bhaskar, Nina Wadia and Kulvinder Ghir, explored the collision of British and Indian cultures. Goodness Gracious Me aired on BBC Two from 1998-2001, after starting life on Radio 4 two years earlier.