Blowing It

Ed Sheeran: a breed of pop star as rare as a unicorn

Ed Sheeran © Rex Features

Ed Sheeran is about as far away from your typical pop star as you can possibly get.

Mudslinger Katie Hopkins slips on her own muck

Katie Hopkins © Rex Features

Libelling food blogger Jack Monroe was an expensive mistake for columnist Katie Hopkins.

The price of a knighthood

Philip Green

Money may not buy you love, but it does help if you want to hang on to your fancy title.

The award for biggest gaffe goes to…

Meryl Streep © Getty images

Handing the best picture award to the wrong film was exactly what the Oscars needed.

The sad decline of the art of excess

Lutine Bell © Getty images

Lloyd’s of London introduced a ban on staff drinking alcohol between 9am and 5pm.

What’s Obama got to smile about?

Barack Obama © Getty images

Barack Obama can expect to receive an index-linked $207,800 a year from the presidential pension for the rest of his life.

The Babylonian excess of Johnny Depp

Amber Heard and Johnny Depp © Rex Features

Johnny Depp’s constant insistence that he’s “keeping it real” is wearying.

Getting ready for doomsday

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Preparing for the end of the world is an expensive business.

A cautionary tale for sugar babies

Sugar daddy flanked by two young women © Getty images

Would-be “sugar babies” should heed the bizarre case of fashion designer Alexandra Subris.

Beauty secrets of Prince Harry’s girl

Meghan Markle

Prince Harry’s squeeze Meghan Markle has an odd trick for keeping the wrinkles at bay.

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