Tony Bellew exacts revenge on Nathan Cleverly by defeating British via split decision

MARTIN DOMIN AT THE ECHO ARENA: Tony Bellew delivered on his promise to exact revenge on Nathan Cleverly but did so with brains not brawn in Liverpool.

England and Arsenal Ladies legend Kelly Smith on injuries, addiction, depression and suicidal thoughts

The 36-year-old is an icon of the women's game but her career has been plagued by injuries, from breaking her leg in 2004 to missing out on the England squad for World Cup qualifiers in June.

Tottenham to put faith in Southampton’s Paul Mitchell after throwing £260m down the drain 

NICK HARRIS: Tottenham's imminent hiring of Southampton’s head of recruitment Paul Mitchell could hasten the demise of Spurs’s technical director Franco Baldini. 

Arsenal’s defeat against Manchester United is a case of deja vu… Arsene Wenger’s side can dazzle but are wasteful going forward

CHIEF SPORTS WRITER PATRICK COLLINS AT THE EMIRATES: There was a hum of mutinous muttering as they trooped out of the Emirates on Saturday night.

Have yourself a very selfie Christmas: LIZ JONES on the stocking filler phenomenon that has YOUR name on it 

The biggest gifting trend this Christmas, Liz Jones writes, is 'co-creative retailing' which is all about plastering your loved one’s face or name on just about anything and everything, from knickers to artwork.

Mario Balotelli spotted at Cleverly vs Bellew in Liverpool… but the Reds face Crystal Palace in London on Sunday lunchtime

Mario Balotelli enjoyed an evening watching the boxing in Liverpool on Saturday – despite the fact Brendan Rodgers’ side take on Crystal Palace in London at 1.30pm on Sunday.

Pep Guardiola should come and manage in England one day, says Manuel Pellegrini

Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini has said it would be 'very good' for Champions League rival Pep Guardiola to manage one day in the Premier League.

Lewis Hamilton is losing the psychological battle as title race with team-mate Nico Rosberg heats up in Abu Dhabi

JONATHAN McEVOY IN ABU DHABI: Lewis Hamilton had rarely looked more vulnerable than as he left the paddock to spend a night alone with his hopes and thoughts.

You weren’t expecting this, 007. But…BLOFELD’S BACK! Bond will be having kittens as evil foe returns – with double Oscar winner Christoph Waltz tipped to play him 

It’s been more than 30 years since James Bond faced evil Ernst Stavro Blofeld, his most feared adversary. But now the baddie – famous for his trademark white cat – is back.

Rapist footballer Ched Evan’s escape route to foreign league blocked

Terms of Ched Evans' sex offenders licence would make it 'difficult or impossible' for him to play football abroad as he must attend regular meetings with offender manager, the Ministry of Justice said.

Jamie McDonnell retains bantamweight world crown after Javier Chacon retires with injured shoulder

MARTIN DOMIN AT THE ECHO ARENA: Jamie McDonnell set himself up for a Las Vegas unification clash with Tomoki Kameda next year with a bizarre victory over Javier Chacon.

Callum Smith outclasses Nikola Sjekloca to continue unbeaten professional start

MARTIN DOMIN AT THE ECHO ARENA: Callum Smith continued his seemingly inexorable rise with a hard-fought but ultimately comfortably victory over Nikola Sjekloca.

Scott Quigg retains super bantamweight world crown with points win over Hidenori Ohtake

MARTIN DOMIN IN LIVERPOOL: Scott Quigg successfully defended his WBA super-bantamweight world title for the fifth time against Hidenori Ohtake who suffered his first defeat in seven years.

Anthony Joshua dispatches Michael Sprott in 90 seconds to make it 10 KOs in 10 fights

Anthony Joshua needed less than 90 seconds to blast out veteran Michael Sprott and record his 10th successive knockout.

James DeGale labels Carl Froch a ‘coward’ after knocking out Marco Antonio Periban

James DeGale almost knocked Marco Antonio Periban through the ropes - then branded Carl Froch a coward for not fighting him.

George Groves struggles to find top gear against Denis Douglin but stoppage win keeps ‘The Saint’ on track for third title shot

George Groves struggled to get out of second gear but eventually found his stride to stop Denis Douglin and stay on track for another tilt at a world title.

Are we BORN to cheat? Scientists discover gene that suggests we inherit adultery from our parents

Around 63 per cent of unfaithful behaviour in men, and 40 per cent in women, could be explained by genes according to new research from the University of Queensland.

Bakkies Botha: I know I’m good enough to continue playing international rugby for South Africa but now is right time to retire

South Africa's Bakkies Botha announced his international retirement on Saturday but will continue to play for French Top 14 side Toulon.

Arsenal 1-2 Manchester United: Kieran Gibbs own goal and Wayne Rooney strike seals victory for Louis van Gaal’s side

ROB DRAPER AT THE EMIRATES: Arsenal have waited years to have a notably-stronger side than Manchester United but still on Saturday, they still managed to present the Red Devils with the points.

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RACHEL JOHNSON: Who’s really behind the mansion tax? Posh snobs!

You have to feel for Ed, sitting in his £2million Dartmouth Park house. It should have been his week. Instead he got floored by Myleen Klass, before Emily Thornberry sent THAT tweet.

Labour MP claims 2,000 Britons fighting for jihad in Iraq and Syria as two more UK citizens killed fighting for ISIS

Khalid Mahmood MP, pictured, believes that security officials have massively underestimated the size of the jihadi problem, claiming it is a massive issue in his Birmingham constituency.

Andrew Robertson is a wanted man and I’ve already had clubs calling me about him, reveals Hull manager Steve Bruce

Steve Bruce has already fielded phone calls from clubs interested in Andrew Robertson – and admits it is perhaps inevitable he will one day be lured from Hull City.

Stoke 1-2 Burnley: Danny Ings fires two goals in two first half minutes as Sean Dyche’s side hold on for three points at the Britannia Stadium 

Two early goals from Danny Ings gave Burnley their second straight win in the Premier League and their first away win in the top division since April 2010.

Colchester Hospital branded one of worst in England after ‘complaints nearly double to 3,000 in just a year as it faces a shortfall of 170 nurses’

The claims come just weeks after a 'major incident' was declared at the hospital and all but the most seriously ill patients were told to stay away from its A&E department.

France 13-18 Argentina: Nicolas Sanchez’s virtuoso performance gives Pumas precious win 

Nicolas Sanchez's virtuoso kicking display led Argentina to a deserved 18-13 win at France - their first against Les Bleus on French soil since 2007.

From runway to fairway: Anger as RAF spends £14,000 of taxpayer cash on a GOLF SIMULATOR after cutting 10,000 staff in just four years 

The indoor device, which enables members of the RAF's golf team to train in the winter, has been installed at RAF Cranwell in Lincolnshire.

Gordon Brown to STEP DOWN as MP: Former Prime Minister will quit at next election after 32 years in the Commons, sources say 

Former Prime Minister Gordon Brown is set to announce he will quit as an MP at the next General Election. He is expected to formally reveal his plans to stand down 'within days' after 32 years as an MP.

It’s time to stop dancing to cynical Ukip’s corrosive, pernicious tune, says the vice chairman of the Tory backbench 1922 Committee CHARLES WALKER

The Conservatives fought the wrong campaign against Mark Reckless and have paid the price, writes CHARLES WALKER, the vice chairman of the Tory backbench 1922 Committee.

Newcastle 1-0 QPR: Moussa Sissoko strike secures fifth straight Premier League win as Magpies climb into the top four

CRAIG HOPE AT ST JAMES' PARK: Moussa Sissoko’s winner extended Newcastle’s winning run to six matches following an injury to Ryan Taylor on his first league start in 32 months.

Ryan Taylor’s return cut short as Newcastle midfielder suffers knee injury on first Premier League start in 32 months

Ryan Taylor's knee injury is not as serious as first feared and the Newcastle midfielder will only need five weeks of rest before returning to training.

How the family of WW1 commander tried to ban the film Oh! What a Lovely War because they thought it was a ‘sordid insult’ to his memory 

A letter from the family of Field Marshal Sir John French calling for Oh! What a Lovely War to be banned was found in the British Board of Film Classification archive.

THE MAIL ON SUNDAY COMMENT: PM needs to find a magic touch – fast 

David Cameron became leader of his party largely because of an ability to unite disparate forces - in the next few months he needs to rediscover that talent and exploit it to the full.

Deportivo La Coruna 0-0 Real Sociedad: David Moyes’ first game in charge of the visitors ends in a stalemate at the Riazor Stadium 

David Moyes picked up his first point as Real Sociedad manager and provoked a touchline tantrum from Deportivo assistant coach Roberto Cabellud - who was sent off.

Manchester City 2-1 Swansea: Stevan Jovetic and Yaya Toure goals cancel out Wilfried Bony’s opener to give hosts win

JOE BERNSTEIN AT THE ETIHAD: Sergio Aguero has grabbed all the headlines at Manchester City this season but Saturday proved they also need Yaya Toure firing on all cylinders.

We’re aloof and out of touch, says senior Tory MP DAVID DAVIS, who warns: ‘Stay that way, and we’ll lose election’ 

The Rochester result is not some bolt out of the blue. It is the inevitable result of the most dramatic shift in voter behaviour in our lifetimes, writes Tory MP DAVID DAVIS

If this picture of ‘perfect’ women is being blamed for self-hate and eating disorders… then why isn’t this one?

Complainants said the Victoria's Secret advert played on women’s insecurities and sent out damaging messages. What if men made a similar response to the David Gandy posters for M&S?

Japan earthquake collapses homes, causes injuries

A strong earthquake struck Hakuba ski resort near Nagano in Japan on Saturday night flattening 10 homes and injuring 22 people. At least 21 people were trapped underneath collapsed houses.

Leicester 0-0 Sunderland: Toothless Foxes staring at struggling season ahead after failing to score for a fifth consecutive game

LAURIE WHITWELL AT THE KING POWER STADIUM: Leicester's winless sequence since beating Manchester United extended to seven matches following a 0-0 draw with Sunderland.

The English hospitals that need more nurses… but only if they can speak to their patients in Polish 

Hospitals are to hire Eastern European nurses because so many patients cannot speak English, making it hard for doctors to understand their health concerns.

Medal ‘victory’ for forgotten Falklands hero as government U-turn paves the way for paratrooper to receive top gallantry award   

Corporal Stewart McLaughlin, 27, who was killed leading British soldiers during the Battle of Mount Longdon in 1982, was denied a bravery award after commanders lost his citation.

‘Britain is full – Shut the door: Meltdown at No10 summit as top Tory slapped down for declaring ‘we can take no more immigrants’ 

David Cameron's attempt to recover from his defeat to Ukip in the Rochester by-election was hit last night by a Downing Street row over whether Britain is ‘full’ of immigrants.

Torching Toulouse: French city burns as riots erupt over death of eco-activist killed by police grenade 

At least 16 people have been arrested in Toulouse as rubbish bins were torched and bus shelters smashed during a demonstration in the French city.

Carlos Tevez is ‘playing best football of his career’… but can he be spark that inspires Juventus to recapture their former glory?

GRAHAM HUNTER - EUROVIEW: Juve are in position to win their fourth consecutive Scudetto but their return to national dominance hasn’t seen a rise in their competitive ability in European terms.

Feminists in storm over ’62p an hour’ T-shirt admit it’s against our ethics

The Fawcett Society has for the first time conceded it is ‘very concerned’ that women in Mauritius making its ‘This Is What A Feminist Looks Like’ T-shirts are paid just 62p an hour.

Chelsea 2-0 West Brom: Diego Costa and Eden Hazard deadly as ever for Premier League leaders

SAM CUNNINGHAM AT STAMFORD BRIDGE: Jose Mourinho must have been taking notes when Brazil manager Dunga visited Chelsea's Cobham training ground for lunch on Friday.

My husband was no match for the fantasy hunk in my erotic novels… so I’ve ditched him, says bestselling writer of steamy fiction 

Author Jodi Ellen Malpas, who has sold more than 500,000 copies of her trilogy, This Man, has left her husband of 10 years after 'falling in love' with one of her characters.

NHS bosses finally order investigation into A&E closure chaos after two-year campaign by MoS that exposed deaths and delays 

The surprise decision comes after repeated denials by NHS managers that closing A&Es around the country has a ‘domino effect’ on other emergency departments.

Heston Maverick chef’s Earl Grey-infused gin comes BOTTOM of Christmas taste test

Embarrassingly, Heston Blumental's Earl Grey & Lemon Gin even scored considerably lower than Aldi’s own brand budget spirit, which costs less than half as much.

Rosemary Williams Of ‘My Five Wives’ Says Father Sexually Abused Her

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A woman featured in a reality TV show about a polygamous family is going public about sex abuse she claims she suffered as a child in hopes of changing a culture of secrecy plaguing plural families in Utah.

Rosemary Williams of "My Five Wives" on TLC says she was molested more than two decades ago by her father, Lynn A. Thompson and published her claims in a blog. He is the leader of the one of largest organized polygamy groups in Utah, the Apostolic United Brethren, or AUB.

The AUB is estimated to be the second-largest polygamist church in Utah behind Warren Jeffs' Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints on the Utah-Arizona border. Unlike Jeffs' group, which has been plagued for years by allegations of abuse and child brides, the Apostolic United Brethren in northern Utah has a clean reputation.

Thompson said the allegations were not true when contacted by The Associated Press on Friday. He did not immediately respond to a phone message on Saturday.

Rosemary Williams says her father fondled her when she was 12 years old. She told The Associated Press that she does not plan to file a criminal accusation or a lawsuit against her father because she doesn't think that will do any good. She says she wants to prevent him from abusing others, especially given his recent appointment as president of the AUB, which has up to 7,500 followers across the West.

Williams also hopes to be an advocate for abuse victims in patriarchal societies like the one she was raised in, where families are often fearful to report crimes out of concern they may be prosecuted under polygamy laws. She doesn't believe sex abuse is widespread among the polygamous group, but she wants mothers to be able to come forward and report it and other forms of abuse when they occur.

"The reason people are afraid to say anything is because they are upholding somebody in a position of authority and they're taught to respect them," Williams said. "They are afraid of the repercussions. They are afraid of Utah coming down on them and carrying their kids out of their home."

A search of criminal charges available online show no record of any criminal convictions for Thompson, and the Utah Attorney General's Office is unaware of any formal complaints submitted against Thompson, said spokeswoman Missy Larsen. Salt Lake County District Attorney Sim Gill said he couldn't comment on the matter.

David Watson, a spokesman for the AUB, didn't return multiple phone calls from The AP.

Rosemary Williams is Brady Williams' third wife. He and his five wives and their combined 24 children are featured in the TLC reality show, "My Five Wives." They decided to do the show in part to demonstrate that polygamy can be healthy and stable. They live in a rural community outside of Salt Lake City Lake City where most people belong to the group Thompson leads.

They no longer are members of the group. They slowly withdrew during the mid-2000s after re-evaluating their core beliefs. They still practice polygamy, but only because they are happy doing so, not out of the fear of hell or the promise of heaven, Brady Williams says.

She said she recently confronted her father about what happened. He said he didn't remember and that he would pray to God to remember what happened. She reported the abuse recently to another high-ranking church leader, but nothing was done, she said.

Rosemary Williams became choked up and was unable to talk while discussing the reaction she expects from family and friends who are still members of the polygamous group.

"She knows that it will be very strong reprisal," said Brady Williams, explaining why his wife couldn't speak. "Her family will probably disown her along with many of her friends."

There was no immediate response from TLC.

Web firms to be forced to reveal terror suspects’ computer trails

Detectives investigating suspected terrorists and paedophiles will have the power to force internet companies to hand over details of computer-users under new laws.

Consul staff slammed for failing to help when Britons die abroad: Overseas officals accused of being uncaring and unhelpful

The grieving families of Britons who died overseas have hit out at the incompetence and insensitivity of Foreign Office staff employed to help them.

Top London Labour MP admits party HAS lost touch with core working class voters and feels ‘adrift from large parts of Britain’

David Lammy, MP for Tottenham and frontrunner for the London Mayoral election, said 'large parts of the country feel that Labour... disapproves of them' and that this was driving voters to Ukip.

Stuart Broad is back, fit again after career-saving surgery and he’s not pulling any punches on Kevin Pietersen, Alastair Cook and England’s World Cup chances 

Stuart Broad is in a good place in every sense. Sitting in a pub behind Trent Bridge named after two of Nottinghamshire’s finest, ‘Larwood and Voce’, the England fast bowler is fit, fresh and ready to go again.

Mario Balotelli, Emre Can and Co must deliver if Brendan Rodgers is to reverse decline

JOE BERNSTEIN AND ROB DRAPER: Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers will ultimately be judged on the nine players he signed last summer at a cost of £117 million.

Five FIFA officials who were involved in the 2018 and 2022 World Cup bidding process to face new Swiss probe

Five officials with connections to FIFA and who were all involved in the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups are at the centre of a Swiss criminal investigation.

It’s Time To Revisit The Shawshank Redemption

It should've taken Tim Robbins twenty years to dig his way to freedom through solid concrete; and this year marks the 20th anniversary of The Shawshank Redemption. That gives you a good reason to re-watch possibly the greatest movie of all time. But heck, you really don't need a reason.


This Week’s Top Downloads

This Week's Top Downloads

Every week, we share a number of downloads for all platforms to help you get things done. Here were the top downloads from this week.


Taliban booby-trap blew off scientist’s fingers inside UK high-security lab in Afghanistan: Explosive device was cleared as safe but went off as it was checked by expert

A British scientist suffered serious hand and face injuries when a Taliban booby-trap bomb exploded inside one of the UK's top-security laboratories in Afghanistan.

Marco Reus suffers new injury setback as Chelsea and Manchester City target is carried off on stretcher

Marco Reus has suffered another injury set-back after he was carried off midway through the second half during Borussia Dortmund's league clash with Paderborn.

Arsenal to turn to Joao Moutinho if Bayern Munich snatch Sami Khedira… and they face battle with Liverpool for Petr Cech… and will Man City pay £200m for Lionel Messi?

ROB SHEPHERD'S FOOTBALL GRAPEVINE: Chelsea and Arsenal will still try and lure Sami Khedira from Real Madrid in January but both clubs face losing out to Bayern Munich.

SAS quad bike squads kill up to 8 jihadis each day… as allies prepare to wipe IS off the map: Daring raids by UK Special Forces leave 200 enemy dead in just four weeks 

SAS troops with sniper rifles and heavy machine guns have killed hundreds of Islamic State extremists in a series of deadly quad-bike ambushes inside Iraq, The Mail on Sunday can reveal.

ISIS release shocking new video of child soldiers from Kazakhstan being trained with AK47s 

The shocking video shows young boys receiving military training, including one youngster field-stripping an AK-47 assault rifle, with another claiming his leader is Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi - head of ISIS.

Seamus Coleman is Chelsea target as Jose Mourinho plots £20m summer move for Everton defender

Chelsea are preparing a £20million summer move for Everton full back Seamus Coleman. The defender has forged a reputation as one of the best right backs in the Premier League.

SpaceX’s reusable rockets get help from ‘X-wing’ fins and drone ships

SpaceX's reusable rockets already have a few tricks up their metal sleeves, but it looks like they're getting at least a couple more. Elon Musk has revealed that his company is testing new technologies that will assist future Falcon 9 launches,...

Dave Whelan says he’ll resign as Wigan chairman immediately if the FA find him guilty of making racist remarks

Wigan Athletic owner Dave Whelan says he will quit his position if found guilty by the FA of making racist remarks about Jewish and Chinese people. Whelan said: 'I would immediately resign from my position.'

PETER HITCHENS: The night a fleet of Tory snake-oil tankers sailed into Rochester… and sank

The Tories defeat in Rochester was the worst 'in their entire history', losing a seat to a party that really believes in what the Tories pretend to believe in, Peter Hitchens writes.

‘It was horrible being in Australia’: Brian McFadden says he’s moved back to Ireland to be with his daughters after missing seeing them grow up for eight years 

He called Australia his home for eight years when he moved Down Under in 2004 to be with his then-girlfriend Delta Goodrem.

Louis van Gaal admits Manchester United will have to make significant improvements if they are to challenge at the top

Louis van Gaal admitted that this Manchester United side will have to make significant improvements if they are to challenge at the top of the table despite a morale-boosting win at Arsenal.

Hailey Baldwin strikes a pose for V Magazine as she talks about Kendall Jenner

She may have a famous father - Stephen Baldwin - but it seems his daughter Hailey, 17, is making more of a name for herself with her famous friends.

These are the tablets to put on your Black Friday hit list


The retail sales battle lines have been drawn: Black Friday is upon us. Some deals will be genuinely rare and valuable, while others will simply be normal discounts dressed up in Black Friday camouflage

Distinguishing between the two will be fairly difficult, but you can cut through some of the false signals by properly establishing your targets early on. If you're thinking of snagging the latest and greatest tablet, we've devised a short list to make composing your battle plan a little easier

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Heidi and Spencer toast sixth year of marital bliss… by plugging a wine range at a vineyard 

It seems Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt are doing what they can now to beef up their bank account, as they spent part of their sixth wedding anniversary promoting wine at a vineyard.

Emmy Rossum covers her slim figure with a blue turtleneck and red coat as she arrives home from Chicago

She was surely happy to be home on Saturday after spending a few chilly nights in Chicago.

The Thornberry Set and their million pound homes… how Ed’s elite live cheek by jowl in leafy north London

Emily Thornberry, the snob MP who resigned two days ago, lives in a £3m house in Islington, at the heart of the liberal elite's dinner party circuit, near to Ed Miliband, Tessa Jowell and Margret Hodge.

The Domestic Goddess is famed for raven locks… but what’s this striking new look?

When she’s not cooking up a festive feast, Nigella loves nothing more than to glam up for a seasonal soirée. Here’s a kitsch (and very confidential) peek into her best boudoir moments.

Mila Kunis and James Franco share a passionate kiss in trailer for upcoming film The Color of Time

The movie follows the life of poet C.K. Williams.

ESPN bans Twitter use for baseball writer who defended evolution

ESPN bans Twitter use for baseball writer who defended evolutionKeith Law gets into a Twitter debate with former pitcher Curt Schilling on the subject of evolution vs. creationism. ESPN confirms Law's Twitter use has been suspended but won't say why.>

Bust-up at Brideshead: After 58 years in iconic Castle Howard, owner forced out with his chatelaine in stunning coup… by his own brother 

Simon Howard and his wife Rebecca have been forced to leave 10,000-acre Castle Howard, Yorkshire, after his brother Nicolas asked him to step down as chairman of the board or face being outvoted.

Chris Robshaw ‘grateful’ to Samoa for playing England despite internal problems

Chris Robshaw paid tribute to Samoa after his side clinched their first victory of the autumn, 28-9 at Twickenham. After the final whistle players stood side-by-side in a clear show of unity.

Roy Hodgson wants Premier League clubs to release England stars for tactical meetings before next international matches

ROB DRAPER: Roy Hodgson will ask Premier League clubs to release players for an evening of tactical analysis next year in an attempt to bridge the long gap until the next international matches.

SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: George Ford must focus on developing a partnership with Owen Farrell

SIR CLIVE WOODWARD: That was a very impressive performance from George Ford at fly-half in his first England start and he has to ‘go again’ against Australia next week.

ESPN: No more tweeting for baseball writer who defended evolution

ESPN bans Twitter use for baseball writer who defended evolutionKeith Law gets into a Twitter debate with former pitcher Curt Schilling on the subject of evolution vs. creationism. ESPN confirms Law's Twitter use has been suspended but won't say why.>

Robert Pattinson can’t keep his hands off girlfriend FKA Twigs

The couple were venturing into a local café for lunch when the British actor cupped an open palm across one of Twigs’ buttocks.

President Barack Obama expands US combat operation in Afghanistan

President Barack Obama has signed a secret order in recent weeks, expanding previous plans that had limited the military to counterterrorism missions against al-Qaida next year.

England 28-9 Samoa: George Ford and Jonny May ensure end to dismal Autumn run

SAM PETERS AT TWICKENHAM: England ended a dispiriting run of five consecutive defeats by beating Samoa 28-9 in their Autumn International at Twickenham.

Three astronauts bound for space station

CBS News talks to U.S., Russian and European Space Agency astronauts about science, medical experiments to be conducted over next several months

Oh sweet Sheezus! Lily Allen puts on an energetic performance as she flashes her midriff in fringed cropped top and sequin harem pants in Glasgow

The 29-year-old singer put on yet another energetic performance as she sang some of her tracks from her latest offering, Sheezus, in front of crowds in Glasgow on Saturday night.

Selena Gomez narrowly avoids be confronted with a cut-out of her ex Justin Bieber during a pre-AMAs interview

She recently released her single The Heart Wants What It Wants about her tumultuous relationship with Justin Bieber.

Arsenal 1-2 Manchester United PLAYER RATINGS: David De Gea and Chris Smalling stand out but Danny Welbeck misses out

Manchester United moved back into the top four of the Barclays Premier League with a smash-and-grab raid at the Emirates. Sportsmail's Sami Mokbel rates all the players' performances.

Crazed gunman who tried to kidnap Princess Anne: At least the Royal Family will be safer thanks to me

Ian Ball, who ambushed the Princess’s car en route to Buckingham Palace on March 20, 1974, said the realisation that the Royals needed better security was the ‘one good thing’ to come out of his crime.

Lazio 0-3 Juventus: Paul Pogba bags classy brace as Max Allegri’s side maintain three-point cushion at the top of Serie A

Paul Pogba enhanced his growing reputation as one of Europe's best young players by scoring a classy double away to Lazio on Saturday

Sir Cliff Richard vows to sue the BBC and demands damages after TV news crew filmed abuse inquiry police raiding his home

Sir Cliff will seek damages for breach of privacy over the BBC's coverage of police raiding his home in Berkshire if, as predicted, he is not charged over historic allegations of sexual assault.

Samsung Seeking To Block Nvidia Chips From US Market

An anonymous reader writes: Bloomberg reports that Samsung has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission asking them to block the import of Nvidia's graphics chips . This is part of Samsung's retaliation for a similar claim filed by Nvidia against Samsung and Qualcomm back in September. Both companies are wielding patents pertaining to the improved operation of graphics chips in cell phones and other mobile devices.

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GIRL ABOUT TOWN: Harry Potter stars turn the tables on stalkers

Daniel Radcliffe and his Harry Potter co-stars Tom Felton and Rupert Grint are turning the tables on the people who have stalked them – by making a new BBC documentary about them.

Kathy Griffin bares her cleavage in yellow and gold dress at a charity bash (that she recycled from 2011)

She quipped she's been on 'every worst dressed list imaginable.'

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: Matt Smith’s very important case 

Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith (pictured) and Strictly Come Dancing’s Brendan Cole were involved a bizarre argument at Hyde Park’s Winter Wonderland festive attraction last week.

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: Domestic bliss at Chilled Castle 

Lady Violet Manners (right, with sister Alice) said that her parents, the Duke and Duchess of Rutland, chose to remain living at the family seat, Belvoir Castle, after their split in 2012.

GIRL ABOUT TOWN: Caring Kate finds a new love for Harry (… but don’t worry Cressie – it’s only a cute pet labrador)

Harry’s sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, has made enquiries about buying a yellow labrador for Harry as a Christmas present from her and Prince William.

Band of Horses: The Funeral

A couple days ago, you might've come across this video of a guy on a bike doing an awesome loop-the-loop for a slightly cringe-worthy promo for Microsoft's Cortana. BUt before he was shilling for #Brands, Danny Macaskill was making far better videos with his friends, and setting them to Band of Horses' breakthrough single, The Funeral.


The Verge Playlist: the weird nomenclature of the pop-punk and emo revivals

The Verge Playlist: the weird nomenclature of the pop-punk and emo revivalsThe last few years has seen a big return of two particular music scenes: emo and pop-punk. Both had big moments in the recent decades — emo in the 90s, and pop-punk at the turn of the century — but the early aughts saw the most popular bands from each scene "make it" while the rest of them broke. From the bands' names (Tigers Jaw, A Great Big Pile of Leaves, Andrew Jackson Jihad) to the album titles (Have You Seen My Prefrontal Cortex?, Chicago Bowls), and especially the song titles below, you couldn’t get any weirder if you cut up a dictionary and stirred up the pieces.

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