Watching Saif Gaddafi speak on Sunday evening, it was difficult to take him seriously. As a friend sitting next to me so aptly summed up, “sometimes, you just have to accept that you’re not the public speaker in the family.”
February’s British Beer Video Blog was filmed at the Brewing Industry International Awards, held in the historic home of British brewing, Burton Upon Trent.
If the Treasury has an objection, it should make it clear. Otherwise, we have to conclude that the Government is satisfied that Barclays has lived up to its side of the bargain.
Not far to go now – Cape Horn is in sight. Three days perhaps and then that fearsome Cape will be spoken of in the past tense – with a merry smile or trembling recollection – I don’t know which yet.
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Feel sorry for Anil Ambani, the debt-strapped head of the Reliance ADA group (ADAG). He has just seen his elder brother Mukesh sign up with BP for a natural gas exploration and marketing deal that will bring at least $7.2bn, and maybe as much as $20bn, into Mukesh Ambani’s already financially-strong Reliance Industries’ (RIL).
Touted as a protégé of nu-folk Brit award winners Mumford and Sons, 19 year-old unsigned singer/songwriter Rachel Sermanni has not only caught the eye of Communion records (co-founded by Mumford’s Ben Lovett) , she was also the youngest act chosen to perform in January’s BBC Celtic Connections festival. If you’re lucky enough to have seen [...]
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