The King of Norway’s former son-in-law has accused Kevin Spacey of groping him after a Nobel Peace Prize concert.
Ari Behn told radio station P4 that it happened after the actor had hosted the event in 2007.
“I am a generous person, but this was a bit more than I had in mind,” said Behn, who was married to King Harald’s daughter Martha Louise until last year.
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It’s been a whirlwind 24 hours in royal reportage. Where will Harry and Meghan live? What will they be called? Is she already pregnant? The British media are on the case.
In the late 1940s, a man in late middle age – military bearing, neat moustache, hair balding under his bowler hat – would walk down Whitehall in London to number 22.
Back then it was a bank: a discreet, exclusive establishment for members of the military. The bank’s name, Holt’s, is still carved in stone above the door, although the building now houses part of the Cabinet Office. The man would give his name as Captain Theo Spencer and withdraw money from one of his accounts.
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There’s no question that George Clooney is one of the most successful actors in Hollywood. But it wasn’t until he teamed up with Amal Alamuddin, a barrister specialising in public international law and human rights who has represented high-profile clients like WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange that he suddenly made up one half of another status all together – that of the power couple.
Power couples – those in a relationship who strive for success in their field while supporting each other’s ambitions – come in many different forms. It’s obviously not necessary that both have careers, but research shows that if you are coupled up these days, there’s a good chance both you and your partner are in paid work.
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London may have found a radical solution for its housing crisis—building new homes on roofs.
Britain’s capital could benefit from 41,000 new homes if it developed properties on unused rooftops, adding a potential 28 million square feet of real-estate to its two most central zones, according to research from Knight Frank, a global property consultancy firm.
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- Mihai Danciu went drinking with his friends in the Romanian village of Albesti
- He is currently unemployed and made a bet with them that he could find a job
- He then woke up in London and has no idea of how he made the 1,675 mile trip
- Romanian nurse said he had been drinking and was amazed to be in the capital
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