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Actress Lindsay Lohan says she suffered a miscarriage during the taping of her reality TV series.
International chamber music festival to open
Retro quartet to
Event: MAMA, visual art, The Virginia Gallery, Glasgow
Ahead of the DVD release of Bill Forsyth's movie debut, film critic Mark Kermode explains why he has been in tune with the filmmaker since their first meeting.
N ext week the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra performs one of the great behemoths of the orchestral repertoire:
Young fans of chart superstars One Direction are being warned they could be turned away when the group begin the UK leg of their tour next month due to strict age limits.
Panorama investigated the doctors who are paid by drug companies to promote particular medicines, and prompted us to ask who exactly is paying our doctor?
Event: Turbo Valve, poetry and prose readings, the Poetry Club, Glasgow
Stage and screen actress Angela Lansbury spoke of her pride at being recognised by the country of her birth as she was made a Dame by the Queen today.

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Gordon Brown's office has insisted he has no plans to stand down as MP, but stopped short of saying he would fight the next General Election.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has again insisted the Liberal Democrats had no knowledge of the child abuse scandal involving the party's former MP Sir Cyril Smith.
LABOUR leader Johann Lamont has claimed Alex Salmond acts in the interests of big business bosses rather than their workers.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has claimed he is the victim of a "politically motivated" campaign against him and his party after a row over his European Union allowances.
RUSSIA has deliberately pushed Ukraine "to the brink" in recent days and increased the risk of violent confrontation, William Hague has warned.
ALMOST half of voters do not believe UK Independence Party (Ukip) leader Nigel Farage is a "danger to Britain", according to a new poll.
A COMMITTEE of MPs has called for an investigation into the way prosecutors handle high-profile cases involving alleged sex offences following the acquittal of ex-Commons deputy speaker Nigel Evans on a string of charges.
SIR Jeremy Heywood, the Cabinet Secretary, has been asked by Edinburgh East MP Sheila Gilmore to investigate whether or not Nick Clegg's aide Ryan Coetzee has broken the Whitehall code of conduct for special advisers.