Singer Tulisa Contostavlos arrives at Southwark Crown Court in London  today. Contostavlos is on trial accused of being concerned with the supply of a class A drug, which she denies. Photograph: Andrew Winning/Reuters

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Tommy Griffith: “Our future is bright; we are entering the UAE and have already set up in US”

Tommy Griffith is founder and chief executive of PEL Waste Reduction Equipment. After developing a bottle-crushing machine to reduce commercial waste,(...)

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In 2003 I interviewed James Van Der Beek. The world once had some kind of idea who James Van Der Beek was, or at least what Dawson’s Creek was. Back t(...)

Author William Boyd holding his new James Bond novel, Solo, in front of a Jensen FF outside the Dorchester hotel in London. Photograph: Philip Toscano/PA Wire

In Solo, the new James Bond novel, the spy observes a beautiful woman wearing a catsuit as they both occupy a slowly descending lift in the Dorchester(...)

 Micheal Fingleton: claimed €4,000 for entertaining developers Seán Mulryan and Louis Scully, solicitor Paul Wallace and others at Annabel’s private club in London. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Michael Fingleton spent €3,255 on a present for businessman Michael Smurfit from a liquor store and claimed the money as an expense against Irish Nati(...)

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