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Sugar Bits — Jude Law Calls For Peace Day In Afghanistan

  • Jude Law has called for all parties in Afghanistan's conflict to observe a "Peace Day" on September 21 as part of a global campaign for ceasefires and non-violence. — AFP
  • Helen Mirren has been criticised for her comments about date rape, having said that not all such cases should be taken to court, with Home Office Minister Tony McNulty saying her comments were "profoundly disappointing" and "very unhelpful". — BBC
  • Oasis' Liam Gallagher plans to emigrate to New York once his children have finished school, but he's not moving into acting, saying: "I’ve been offered a few things but it’s not me. I’m just going to a place where I can be me". — The Sun
  • Jordan/Katie Price and Peter Andre's fly-on-the-wall documentary has been criticised for containing offensive language before the watershed by broadcasting watchdog Ofcom. ITV has apologised for offending viewers, saying the wrong version of the episode was transmitted because of human error. — Press Association
  • Following Louis Walsh's less than friendly words about her in Heat magazine last week, Dannii Minogue has hit back, comparing him to Wacky Races' Dick Dastardly in Closer magazine. Insiders on The X Factor are reportedly "worried there's going to be a huge bust-up". — The Mirror
  • Top Gear is launching a £20million world tour, with Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May presenting their live show in London and Birmingham from October before taking it around the world. — The Guardian

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