Cameron, Clegg and Miliband — all Oxbridge, all wealthy, all male. But the leaders of the three main parties have something else in common too: there’s a consensus that they’re batting above average on the partner front. “Better halves” doesn’t quite cover it: in the eyes of the electorate, Samantha Cameron, Miriam González Durántez and Justine Thornton are the Waitrose pheasant pâté to their husbands’ Tesco value spam.
Dylan Jones confesses that he often feels like a sartorial let down. “When menswear week comes around, we get a lot of press and buyers from Asia and they ask about my wardrobe,” he says. “They’re incredibly disappointed when I tell them I put on a blue suit pretty much every day.”Not when we meet. I get smart casual Jones: indigo jeans, white shirt, cornflower jumper.
Downing Street piled pressure on Scotland Yard today to take action against the former police officer who revealed damning details about porn on Damian Green’s computer. The morning after the deputy prime minister’s resignation, the role of the police was put under the spotlight by No 10, ministers and Conservative MPs. Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt led the charge against the ex-detective, Neil Lewis, who divulged that explicit images had been found on Mr Green’s Commons computer in 2008.
@RobynVinter@jane__bradley I don't think that's true at papers (though could be online), though I would say (anecdotally) business is significantly better than sport. Part of the reason I wanted to go back to business though is that we need more women covering it.
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