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Sugar Bits — David Beckham Joins Call To End Knife Crime

  • David Beckham and his England teammates have joined the call for an end to knife crime. Becks recounted his own exposure to knife violence; at the age of 13, the brother of one of his best friends was stabbed when he tried to break up a street fight and ended up paralysed. — Sky News
  • Gary Glitter has been released from prison in Vietnam where he was serving a three-year sentence for child sex offences, and is expected to fly back to Britain. — Press Association
  • Annie Lennox is recovering at home after an operation on her spine, following a back injury which forced her to leave an Aids conference in Mexico early. The release of her forthcoming album has been postponed until next year. — BBC
  • Mark Ronson has hit back at Noel Gallagher — who said Mark needs to "learn three chords on the guitar and go write a tune" — by blogging: "I'm actually taking guitar lessons from Jay-Z right now and he's already taught me both chords to Wonderwall". — Mark Ronson's MySpace
  • Kelly Brook and Alan Dale are set to join ITV1's television industry satire Moving Wallpaper as the stars of a new spoof zombie invasion drama. — The Guardian


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