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Our Boys [REVIEW]

Our Boys

Without really giving it much thought, I booked tickets to this play and turned up only to realise that the theatre was in no way near sold out (which is never a good sign), and a large section of the crowd were 'young ladies' drawn by the pretty boy cast. I contemplated leaving, but I'm glad I didn't.

QPR are right to give Hughes more time

Loftus Road

Tony Fernandes has tweeted his support for his manager, and even the most ardent of Hughes’ critics have to acknowledge the other factors in QPR’s poor results and subsequent league position.

Apple's Tim Cook wages war on complacency

Tim Cook

John Browett, who was until Sunday night the Brit in charge of Apple's giant retail chain, can at least afford a good seat on his flight back across the Atlantic: the £36m golden hello that he received on joining six months ago should see to that. But for him and for Scott Forstall, who had been there – and at NeXT, the company Apple bought in 1996 to bring not just new software but also Steve Jobs – their departure looks like nothing less than a humiliation.

Adebayor 'sick and unhappy' at Spurs

Emmanuel Adebayor

Tottenham Hotspur’s assistant manager Steffen Freund has suggested Emmanuel Adebayor is unlikely to feature in Spurs’ midweek Capital One Cup fixture at Norwich City due to illness.