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19 February 2006

  • 19th February 2006

    Brokeback Mountain rides away with four BAFTAs

    Jake Gyllenhaal, won the best supporting actor award for his portrayal of Jack Twist

    12:00 AM — The gay cowboy romance, Brokeback Mountain emerged as the victor at the BAFTAs, held in London this evening. The film scored best film whilst Ang Lee, received the best director award.Jake Gyllenhaal, won the best supporting actor award for his portrayal of Jack Twist. Speaking after the ceremony, he said: "It's just a pleasure to be a part of this movie and I can't even believe I've got this for it."

  • Gorgeous George

    12:00 AM — He is a little bit nutty

  • Tottenham Hotspur to ban homophobic fans

    Offenders may be ejected from stadiums

    12:00 AM — Tottenham Hotspur are to become the first Premiership football club to ban homophobic chanting on the terrace. The club have warned fans that offenders may be ejected from premisses and risk having their season tickets voided.The club have instituted the rules following a series of homophobic chants directed at Tottenham's former captain, Sol Campbell during their recent home win over Charlton.

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