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A Question of Borwick

Matthew Steeples asks Conservative candidate for Kensington Lady Borwick five questions; he put the same to the Liberal Democrats Annabel Mullin also whilst Labour’s...

A cultural cottage

Cottage orné complete with its own former chapel for sale in a cultural haunt made famous by Benjamin Britten and Sir Peter Pears   In the...

Pioneering pizza

Pioneer of pizza in Britain places £1.15 million Lancashire home on the market   Wendy Allen isn’t a household name but along with her brother, Pizza...

The Knightsbridge rose seller

A well-known fixture each and every evening at Knightsbridge restaurants including San Lorenzo and Scalini during the 1990s and 2000s, the Knightsbridge rose seller...

Moving on: April 2015

A round up of the moves of the newsworthy   Stripping the Sole Joining the many shops and restaurants driven out by rising rents and greedy landlords,...

Overheard: 29th April

Classic clangers from the last week   Leaving on a sour note An American playboy asked his friend: “Other than not joining Al-Qaeda and going to jail,...

Burnt out

Chelsea is an area where restaurateurs will increasingly struggle   Daphne’s restaurant in Brompton Cross’ Draycott Avenue suffered substantial fire damage on Tuesday this week. Given...

Brocket’s bangers

Lord Brocket scores a success with his sausages   Lord Brocket is a man best known for having buried his Ferraris in his garden. They...

Jamie Hazeel and Lalie Jacout: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”

20 questions with Jamie Hazeel and Lalie Jacout, the duo behind The Wandering Chef   The Steeple Times shares “wit and wisdom”. What’s your guiding force? J:...

Kester Thomas (1975 – 2013)

Described as “one of the nicest guys on London’s club and bar scene”, Kester Thomas worked at Kitts, the Buddha Bar and The Sanderson....
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Junk the Junk Mail

Instead of banning people from enjoying themselves, the government should should do something useful and ban a genuine disease spreader: Junk mail.