Best of the Weekend: Mo Farah's Mysterious Past, the Future of British Tabloids, Why D&G is Closing their Milan Boutiques - Spear's Magazine

Best of the Weekend: Mo Farah’s Mysterious Past, the Future of British Tabloids, Why D&G is Closing their Milan Boutiques

We’ve gone through the weekend papers and picked out the best bits so you don’t have to

We've gone through the weekend papers and picked out the best bits so you don't have to

 

1. Muslims ‘are Britain’s top charity givers’, The Times (£)

Muslims are among Britain’s most generous givers, topping a poll of religious groups that donate to charity, according to new research.

2. Dolce & Gabbana close Milan boutiques for three days as 'symbol of disdain', The Telegraph

Designers Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, who were found guilty of tax evasion and sentenced to prison last month, are temporarily closing nine stores in the Italian capital after being 'pilloried'.

3. First Person: ‘I repaid my clients’ fraud losses out of my own pocket’, FT (£)

‘I repaid my clients’ fraud losses out of my own pocket.’

4. John Lloyd: The future of the British tabloid, FT (£)

Two years after the News of the World closure, the ‘red tops’ are in militant mood, fighting regulation and aiming to seize back the initiative from the internet.

5. Leader of the Pack, The Sunday Times (£)

Winning two gold medals, Mo Farah became one of the faces of the London Olympics. Yet much of his life, and background, is shrouded in mystery.

 

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