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Plastered Meyer

Swivel-eyed berk Sir Christopher Meyer appears on Sky News in a plastered condition; his “Chanel-clad” pointy-fingered wife was, however, nowhere to be...

The Mugging of Meyer

‘Red socked fop’ Sir Christopher Meyer’s “mugging” was supposedly just “a fall”   Sir Christopher Meyer was allegedly “attacked” at Victoria Station on 11th July and...

PACTing up

Lady Meyer packs in charity   “Chanel-clad” Catherine Meyer – whose pay packet from an organisation she founded named Parents & Abducted Children Together attracted criticism...

Hero of the Hour: Kerry Needham

Kerry Needham speaks for the nation in calling for more help for parents of missing children (other than just Madeleine McCann)   Kerry Needham’s son Ben...

Meyer moves

Sir Christopher and Lady Meyer put their Chelsea townhouse up for sale for £2.3 million more than was asked when they bought it in...

Charity begins next to a kebab shop

Lady Meyer takes a pay cheque from the City Bridge Trust   Featured in The Telegraph in 2011 due to the curious way it allocated its...

Chaneling charity

Charities need to rethink how they pay their executives   It’s hardly news that many charity bosses (AKA ‘charitycats’) are earning in excess of £100,000 a...

Put this dying dog down

Matthew Steeples argues the case for scrapping the Charity Commission   The Charity Commission recently appointed a new chairman, William Shawcross CVO. The author and journalist...

Closeted in Chanel

Lady Meyer applies to build a “closet wing”   The wife of the former ambassador Sir Christopher Meyer, once described as “Chanel-clad” by The Telegraph, has...

Moving on

A monthly round up of the moves of the newsworthy   Fishing around   Poissonnerie on Draycott Avenue, popular with the likes of Sir Michael Caine and...
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