The five most read articles on Spear’s last week, and the best of the blogs
The five most read articles on Spear's last week:
I can’t imagine anyone was ready for a Tudor drama to be set to such a fresh yet beautiful contemporary scoring but in 2013 it seems the tide has turned
Bright sparks have been trying to make electric cars a turn-on for decades. They’ve failed. But BMW may just have cracked the future of green motoring, says John Arlidge
'It seems that the audience seems to gravitate towards the galleries that have a little glory attached to their name. That's too bad.'
'I’ve just come back from Burma,’ says Shauneen Lambe, ‘and there they are trying to build a legal model to protect fundamental human rights. But here, we’re eroding those rights.'
Last night at 45 Park Lane, guests including Jemima Khan, Sir Mark Thatcher and Jemima Jones gathered to celebrate the launch of issue 33 of Spear's, guest-edited by Ben Goldsmith
And the best of the blogs:
There is a general recognition that there must be an economic dimension to border policy – the concern is therefore more over policy implementation than basis
Three of the key factors by which HNWs select their managers show neither model has an edge
Ukraine has a well-educated middle class, but is essentially bust and is currently in receipt of IMF funding – yet again