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A Funicular Feat

Highest asking price ever for a property on Lake Tahoe is sought for a compound complete with two glass funiculars; it could be yours...

Flooding Woodside

£46.4 million Woodside estate remains for sale despite £10.1 million price cut   Woodside is one of the wealthiest small towns in America and with the...

Russ Weiner

The son of “banned from Britain hatemonger” Michael Savage, Russ Weiner is the creator of the Rockstar energy drink. A graduate of San Diego...

Jesse Livermore (1877 – 1940)

One of the greatest traders ever to have lived. This thrice married American was famed for making and losing several multi-million dollar fortunes and...

Barbara Walters

This dynamic American television personality and author was one of the first women to work in “hard news” and is best known for having...

More Purdey than Posh

Charles Mitford Cust test drives the Range Rover Evoque   When I saw my first Range Rover Evoque coupé in the flesh I decided right then...

Céline Dion CC OQ

Dion met her husband and manager, René Angélil, when she was 12. Her rise has been meteoric and she’s now one of the richest...

Keep flying

The suicide of Andrew Embiricos   I was saddened this morning to read the news that my friend Andrew Embiricos (1985 – 2011) had committed suicide.   Andrew,...
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Mixed Up McGee

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Could Mark Alexander be Innocent?

With humanitarian Terry Waite questioning the safety of the conviction of Mark Alexander for murdering his conman father Samuel, is it time that this curious case was reviewed?

Distraction Dom

Matthew Steeples suggests devious Dominic Cummings might actually be the best asset bungling Boris Johnson has got left; the king of distraction has made Jennifer Arcuri go away.

A Box Office Balls-up

Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea council’s decision to approve replacement for Kensington Odeon with a 63% smaller cinema is deservedly condemned as a “box office balls-up.”