On the Chalton Road market, under the filter shade of a healthily plump tree, watching the world go by, mushroom and tomato omelette, with rather good chips, and a cuppa, Â£3.80. That’s value. (And I even noticed that next door a Japanese restaurant is being fitted out – so possibilities of variety as well.)
And a Daily Telegraph that someone had left provided curiously schizophrenic reading – on one page “shock” that David Cameron yesterday used to “swear” word pissed (drunk), on national television. More “shocking”: “The word caused not even a murmur among delegates, and the BBC received no complaints.”
Several pages later, associated with this story although apparently not on the web, an outline of the legal status of the sexual practice of “dogging”, in considerable detail.
You wonder if the same editor did both pages.