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Former Newsnight presenter Jeremy Paxman in negotiations with Channel 4 — Paxman left the BBC2 Newsnight programme in June after 25 years. He is currently performing a one-man comedy show at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, which has received generally good reviews. Yesterday, Jay Hunt, Channel 4 chief creative officer, confirmed she was talking to Paxman about a move to the BBC's rival broadcaster.

Mini-Mos! My tiny twins already love running… and they’re fast, says Farah — In an interview ahead of the girls' second birthday, Farah and his wife Tania told how Amani is already showing ability at long-distance running while Aisha could be a sprinter. Their eldest daughter, nine-year-old Rihanna, loves swimming. Double Olympic, world and European champion Farah will appear in the Birmingham Diamond League 10,000 on Sunday, the day the twins turn two.
Aug 22, 2014

my interview with @Mo_Farah and Tina Farah on how their 1-yr-old twins are already showing potential as runners…

David Gandy backs tailor’s bid to conquer Japan — The top model is fronting a marketing campaign by Henry Poole & Co, which has made suits for Winston Churchill and Napoleon III, after the company struck a deal with Japanese fashion giant Onward Kashiyama to sell its suits across the country.

I’ll buy shares, vows Quindell chairman as he slams critics — Quindell stock has fallen 71% since its highs in April after US-based Gotham City Research, which admits to taking short positions in companies it covers, said Quindell was "built on sand" and its shares were worth only 3p. Quindell has denied all the allegations and is taking legal action.
Aug 22, 2014

I’ll buy shares, vows Quindell chairman as he slams critics #FTSE #AIM $QPP

Run-down garage in Hackney could be yours... for an eye-watering £360,000 — The 640sqft single-storey building, the latest eye-wateringly expensive garage to go on sale in the capital, is located in Springdale Mews, Stoke Newington - where the average house price is in excess of £614,000. It is being marketed as a "well-located, quiet" property that could be "developed into a two-storey, three-bedroom mews house" by family-run agents Courtneys.
Aug 22, 2014

This is why I hate London sometimes RT @standardnews This run-down garage in Hackney could be yours for £360,000