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ROWING BACK FROM HENLEY & PARTNERS
Question Time’s Fiona Bruce and BBC business editor Simon Jack pull out of a speaking event hosted by Maltese-citizenship selling firm Henley & Partners.

SPOTY THE DIFFERENCE
Why complaints from two indie producers that BBC Sports won the contract to make the BBC Sports Personality of the Year show masks a degree of hypocrisy.

PRIDE & PREJUDICE
Barclays dons rainbow colours before the Pride parade in London, but its chums in Qatar (who still own 5.5% of the bank) prefer to keep homosexuality illegal.

PLUS: Dumb Britain, Ad Nauseam, Anti-Social Media, Pseuds Corner & more.

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Brilliant Booker
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Toxic culture
New bankers – same old tricks

Palace of fools
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