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By Alex Johnson | | Tuesday, 14 May 2013 at 9:56 am
Can it only be episode 3? Frances de la Tour is on the chair. Good hair.
Over the last decade, Tom Baker has been behind some of London’s biggest music events, including Field Day. The annual celebration of up and coming and leftfield indie bands and electronic artists is a highlight of the Capital’s festival calendar. Anyone who tells you it’s all about the music is fibbing, it’s equal parts catwalk for the legions of East London hipsters, which makes for one hell of a day out.
In the eyes of the world, Brazil is a country of promise, economic growth and influence. But for many people, the reality is a stark contrast. With high inequality between the rich and the poor – just three per cent of the population own two-thirds of arable land – those living in rural areas are being left behind by the expansion of countless public and private sector business ventures.
Spurs got the job done against Stoke on Sunday and that means Arsenal simply have to win this game to stay in charge of their Champions League fate.
Spencer is disgusted at the thought of any man so much as breathing on ex-flame Louise, yet merrily whisks Lucy Watson off to have his wicked way with her in Paris for the weekend (which was less wicked way and more an excuse to smugly practise his prep school French).
This week was very much about the inner struggle between love and honour and we saw several characters faced with this dilemma.
We are used to Ed Miliband’s post-neo-liberal mumbo-jumbo on the economy. We heard more of it in his speech to Progress on Saturday (see below). What was surprising, reading David Sainsbury’s book, Progressive Capitalism, is that he too criticises the New Labour government, in which he too was a minister, because it failed to “question fundamentally [...]
On The Road at the Giro d’Italia: There are a lot of guys sporting pink in some seriously bright shades
Here in Treviso (a hub of Italian cycling) it looks like a big pink paint bomb has gone off. As with the Tour in yellow, the Giro is all about pink – the strapline for the race is ‘the fight for pink’.
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