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Overheard – 10th April 2020

Clangers overheard and snippets spotted by readers of ‘The Steeple Times’ – including a return of the best interviewee of the 2019...

Petition – Axe Loose Women

Matthew Steeples launches a Change.org petition calling on ITV1 to ‘Axe Loose Women’ in the wake of the tawdry show’s latest scandal   Further to his...

The Community Conundrum

Chelsea locals bemoan the loss of their community gathering point   Last night at The Enterprise in Walton Street, a group of bereft locals gathered to...

Overheard — 3rd November

Clangers overheard by readers in the last week   Zulu work A woman in a café in Clapham was overheard lecturing her daughter on her mobile phone...

Jim Chapman

This English “vlogger” is originally from Norfolk and has gained over 1.7 million subscribers since 2009. Jim Chapman has 920,000 followers on Twitter and...

Moving on: July 2013

A round up of the moves of the newsworthy   Live like Lake Television host Ricki Lake paid David Arquette and Courtney Cox $5.6 million for 230...

Do you “chitter-chatter”?

The phrase “chit-chat”   This morning, as I walked through the streets of Chelsea, I heard a lady blabbering into her mobile telephone about how she’d...
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The Distraction of Christian B

As Christian Brueckner’s lawyer highlights that German police have found no link to ‘disappearance’ of Madeleine McCann, we suggest distraction technique is ‘in play.’