It’s been ten years since the question was first posed to David Cameron by an anonymous internet poster on the comments section of the Brighton Argus website – and we’ve worked tirelessly to find an answer: Who would win in a fight between a baboon and a badger? Here’s what the celebrity world has to say…
It’s a precarious business being famous. At any moment scandal could strike, misfortune could befall you, leaving your hard-earned reputation in tatters. Thankfully, there’s an entire industry on hand ready to act in your defence should disaster ever arise: corporate and celebrity crisis management.
Ten years after getting six million votes in The X Factor final, Steve Brookstein (the man who got six million votes in The X Factor) finally releases his tell-all book in which he reveals exactly what it’s like to get six million votes in The X Factor final. And also to have the entire UK media conspire against you.
Jimmy Carr and Chris Moyles were just the smug and arrogant tips of the iceberg. Tax avoidance is rife in the celebrity class – from those too greedy to stay clear of the too-good-to-be-true schemes, to those too thick to understand what their financial advisers are telling them. But how do you make money from a tax scheme? Andy why do people keep picking on the poor old film industry?