Arsène Wenger says he is happy to give Theo Walcott "the money he deserves" following his ongoing contract wrangle but has insisted the forward must repay the faith shown in him by Arsenal.
As Ang Lee's Life of Pi opens in the UK, news emerges of another man/raft/ocean film in the works. Unbroken is based on real-life story of Olympian and air force officer Louis Zamperini, who survived on a raft for 47 days after a plane crash during the second world war and later was captured by the Japanese and spent many years in brutal POW camps.
The former presidential candidate John McCain is one of three US senators who have criticised the depiction of torture in Zero Dark Thirty, Kathryn Bigelow's fact-based drama about the hunt for Osama bin Laden.
Bloomberg Senior Analyst Iyan Adewuya reports on mergers and acquisitions of 2012.
The campiest show currently playing in the West End is not Viva Forever. (That's the cheesiest show.) It's the hilarious Privates on Parade, currently showing itself at the Noel Coward Theatre.
When I was a child, there was nothing as fun as going shopping with my father for my mother's gift on Christmas Eve Day. Invariably, we'd end up at the handbag or fine jewellery counter at Burdine's ('the Florida store').
I owe the Spice Girls a debt.They made my final year at University great, and I got drunk and danced to their music on many a night. We all did, so let’s not deny it.
A report has claimed Tottenham Hotspur are bidding for Yann M'Vila, who was a target for Arsenal in the summer.
Rafa Benitez wants to raid his former club Liverpool and bring Luis Suarez to Chelsea, according to reports.
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