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Bill Michael, head of UK financial services at KPMG, is a combative fellow. After a dig at the England football team (he’s an Aussie) we’re into a lengthy defence of auditors before an audience of bankers at the British Bankers’ Association’s annual conference.
He’s never seen his colleagues suspend their scepticism when it comes to their [...]
He’s finally sold his condo in New York, for $11.5m – about $1.5m less than he wanted, but still about $11.49m than I’m happy to see go into his pockets.
We could get into the ironies of Rush Limbaugh owning a place in New York (he says he hates the city and is upping sticks because [...]
Concerned motorists rushing to a car that had flipped over near Portland, Oregon came across a scene that made them fear the worse, according to KGW News. Covered in blood with their clothes ripped, the passengers in the vehicle looked as if they had sustained serious injuries in the accident.
It was not until later that [...]
In some African cities, heroin addicts are injecting other users’ blood. But is such a rare phenomenon worth reporting on?
Phew, thank goodness for those budget deficits, eh. It means we weren’t the only ones to make a godawful mess of the economy. The politicians have also been screwing things up. It wasn’t all our fault after all. That, at least, appears to be the message from the British Bankers Association’s annual shindig in the City of London today.
Times are tight now, the axe is falling everywhere. But recent Arts Council cuts come as a particular blow in communities that are already struggling to support their cultural institutions. Of course, it’s easy to nod and mutter “had to be done” – until it affects an area you know well.
‘Truth or Lies’ is a high-concept party game for PS3, Xbox 360 and Wii which takes the basic principles of teenage pastime ‘truth or dare’ and combines them with (hopefully) accurate lie detector software
Only a week after I reported it here, The Guardian has caught up with the news that Tony Blair has changed the title of his memoir. Yes, it may be old news but the Guardian has added value! An anonymous quotation from a “leading literary agent” saying Blair does look a bit crazed, messianic and [...]
There’s not many folk returning home from South Africa to be greeted by talk of another statue being erected in their honour, especially after a limp quarter-final exit.
That’s the difference between Diego Armando Maradona and mere mortals. Despite being rumbled as tactically naive in the extreme El Pibe de Oro returned home to hero’s welcome.
When Howard Webb was appointed as the referee for the World Cup final I wrote a piece entitled ‘Howard Webb – no good can come of this’.
It didn’t get the best reception from readers. “Is your life vacuous Mr Rice?”, “This is probably the worst thing I have ever read” and “What absolute rubbish” were [...]
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