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The Gone Girl actress, 25, looked every inch the fashionista in the navy, red and white draped top.
Scroll down for video The Entourage actress looked predictably gorgeous at the Paris Fashion Week event with her long raven locks falling in loose gleaming curls.
'He was a golf partner at an Express event at Thorndon Park, Essex, in the mid 90s.
Smith managed in a subsequent paragraph to describe Beale as a “banking chief” and talk about how “the bank will move 100 jobs …
Alicia, 36, rocked a similarly fashion-forward ensemble, sporting a leather coat dress which was tied at her waist with a woven belt.
However, guests looking for a treat should go straight for one of the 19 suites named after famous guests like JFK and Princess Grace.
Although his story was prompted by an interview Beale had given to the Bloomberg channel that morning, she announced the opening of the Brussels business back on 30 March, which is when most news outlets reported the, er, “shock decision”.
Staff on the Daily and Sunday Express and the Daily Star have received their first pay rise in nine years thanks to the efforts of the NUJ and the capitulation of the papers’ proprietor Richard Desmond.
Roger Watkins remembers: 'Sad to hear about Graham's untimely death. I asked him if he did National Service and he told me he served in Cyprus, which I said must have been a good posting, to which Bodders replied: "Not really, the locals were using live ammunition”.'In the bad old days of Fleet Street, the first things hammered into the brain of every sub-editor was the difference between Lloyd’s with an apostrophe (the insurance market) and Lloyds (the bank).
We used to work together as subs on the infamous Eric Price's Western Daily Press in Bristol in 1969 just before I joined the Express in Manchester. The last time I saw him, looking super fit and years younger than mid to late 70s, was at former Express deputy sports editor Peter Tozer's retirement party . But with subs themselves a distant memory in the brave new world of online journalism, the inexperienced hacks who staff the Express website are left to make their own cock-ups unhindered.“Inga Beale, chief executive officer at Lloyd’s of London, picked Brussels to set up the new post-Brexit financial centre,” reported Oli Smith correctly, before spoiling everything by claiming “the decision will fly in the face of Brexiteers who rejected the EU – including the bank’s chairman Lord Blackwell, who is a well-known pro-Brexit supporter.” Blackwell is, of course, chairman of the board of the unrelated Lloyds Banking Group.
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