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Tag: March 2014

Slash and die

Asking price of Californian estate cut by £37.8 million; condition of owner being allowed to live there until he dies removed   When De Guigné Court...

Laudered

Estée Lauder heir Ronald S. Lauder deals a body blow to Romanian film industry   The Romanian film industry has been thrown into disarray following the...

#15 - Indré Rockefeller

The wife of venture capitalist Justin Rockefeller, Indré Rockefeller became the US president of the Spanish fashion brand Delpozo in March 2014. New York...

#23 - Diane Abbott MP (Member of Parliament for Hackney North and Stoke Newington)

This ridiculous Labour politician proclaimed that “there is no difference between the PKK and ISIS” in October 2014 and tweeted that “white people love...

#30 - His Highness Sheikh Shakhboot Bin Nahyan Al Nahyan

This “famed show jumper” began riding at the age of three and competed at the 2010 World Championships aged just 19. He was fourth...

May Fernbridge finally be investigated

As police raid the offices of Lord Janner, we urge those running Operation Fernbridge to step up their game   The revelation in the Sunday People...

Fire Côted

A visit from the fire brigade spoils lunch at Côte Sloane Square   Côte on Sloane Square offers a more affordable offering than many of...

Billing the kids

World’s richest man Bill Gates pledges not to spoil his children   Bill Gates is a man who found it hard to fit in. The geeks...

Moving on: March 2014

A round up of the moves of the newsworthy in the world of hospitality   Too expensive to run? Financier Adrian Burford once told a court: “I...

Giacomo Brunelli: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”

20 questions with photographer Giacomo Brunelli   The Steeple Times shares “wit and wisdom”. What’s your guiding force? Adrenaline.   “Don't get even, get medieval” is, in our humble...
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Get Out Ghislaine

As Donald Trump looks set to pardon Michael Flynn, will he also somehow help Ghislaine Maxwell get out of jail also?

Spying a Watch

1950s Cold War espionage device disguised as a watch to be auctioned for a surprisingly low sum; someone could end up spying a bargain and something akin to what Jack Ruby even once owned.

Nasty Nat’s Naughty Notes

‘Nasty Nat’ Natalie Elphicke MP – wife of convicted ex-MP turned sex offender Charlie Elphicke – rightly called out for pestering the judiciary with naughty notes.

The World’s Worst McMansion – It’s So Bad, It’s Good

New Jersey ‘McMansion’ complete with Flintstone-esque pebbled bathrooms and gaudy grottos goes on sale for £1.65 million; it’s so bad, it’s good.