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Spear’s Monday Catch-Up: The Best of the Weekend’s Papers

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.I’ve given away £250,000 in five years… and I don’t regret a penny: Is Julie Burchill Britain’s most generous woman or just the most irritatingly spendthrift and smug?, Daily Mail

Over the past five years, I’ve given away and spent on others — some friends, some family, some perfect strangers — around £250,000. And it was cheap at the price. If ever I feel miserable about something, I think about what I gave away in detail — and it puts the spring back in my step in no time

2. Fear fills London’s fortress of gold, The Sunday Times (£)
Somewhere within the M25 lies Europe’s largest bullion vault — filled with bars owned by nervous private investors. We have a look inside

3. Born Rich, The Sunday Times (£)
If daddy made millions in the city, what do his children want to achieve? Style talks to the next generation
 
4. One out of six charities say they may have to close in 2013, The Observer
Charities fall foul of public spending cutbacks and falling donations

5. Four hours with John McAfee, FT (£)
Exclusive interview with multi-millionaire creator of antivirus software, who went on the run from his Belize home last month

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