Have you heard the news? Sex and the City is over. It took exactly two decades for the secret to be let out of the bag, but the SATC cast – Sarah Jessica Parker, Cynthia Nixon, Kristen Davis and Kim Cattrall – don’t like each other much. Cattrall laid down the gauntlet this week, responding to Parker’s condolences after the death of her brother. “I don’t need your love or support at this tragic time @sarahjessicaparker,” Cattrall wrote on Instagram.
New York is a city of hectic and exciting extremes: wind tunnel avenues and skyscrapers are cosied up to Sunday afternoon-type bars and cafés. The metropolis is a must-see for those who love culture, history, food and nightlife – and it’s a delight for architectural devotees who simply enjoy pounding the miles of pavement in a grid-like structure that ensures getting lost isn’t an option.
Oh, do grow up. When the Prime Minister urged women at PMQs to book their regular smear test – now called a cervical screening test – the Telegraph's Kate McCann commented on Twitter that there was sniggering in the gallery. “The smear test is hugely important,” May said. “Sadly what we see...is too many women not taking it up. I know it's not a comfortable thing to do because I have it as others do.
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