And for all of the shameless grifting and influence-peddling that we documented in our book, the months since the mid-February publication have brought us a hideous torrent of new, cringe-inducing stories about the Trumpworld luminaries we documented. Matt Schlapp, the lobbyist and informal Trump adviser, lost a third of his lobbying business over what were […]
Greg Stevenson, founder of self-catering provider Under the Thatch, says its “premium properties” are already booked out for Easter, May half-term and July 2021. He attributes the strong forward bookings to two factors: “People who were booked for April/May/June 2020 and chose to shunt their bookings to 2021 instead of later in summer 2020; and […]
The ex-NBA star hit up legendary ink artist Steve Butcher — who did the amazing Tupac work on Matt’s hand — in order to add a new image of Kobe and Gianna to his arm.
The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe by Angela Kelly The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, the Dresser and the Wardrobe by Angela Kelly, £14.99 from Amazon – buy now The Queen is renown for her colourful wardrobe – and the secrets to the Queen’s style were […]
“The Duke and Duchess of Sussex were not interviewed and did not contribute to ‘Finding Freedom,’” said the statement. “This book is based on the authors’ own experiences as members of the royal press corps and heir own independent reporting.”
The Porter drama was one of the most explosive scandals to date in a White House that is constantly beset by turmoil. This makes its absence from the Woodward book, in which Porter is a central character, all the more conspicuous. In fact, Porter, Trump’s former White House staff secretary, comes off strikingly well in […]
Keeping their promise to deliever exciting and engaging content, Ullu app’s latest show offering talks about an aviation buisnessman’s journey who indulges in illegal activities to reach heights, much like Vijay Mallya’s case which caught him in a knee deep scam.
It had been almost ten years since Wilder graduated from Howard University School of Law in Washington, DC, but he still practiced law in the long, lingering shadow of the Jim Crow South. The courtrooms, jailhouses, and white-controlled bar association were all woefully behind the times and observed strict segregation. A black Virginian had no […]
Matheson also wrote thrillers in the 1950s, of which the best was Ride the Nightmare (1959). A Stir of Echoes (1958), again depicting suburban America, was his last fantasy novel for 12 years. Screen work regularly came his way from this period onwards. He contributed to Rod Serling’s early 1960s television series The Twilight Zone, […]
China, we know, has very different definitions of terrorism, human rights, security and even multilateralism to those accepted internationally. The book spells them out and shows how intent the party is on winning international acceptance for them as vital buttresses to its power. Acts of terrorism include not eating pork or speaking out against one-party […]