We bring you the best of the weekend papers, including tax haven warehouses for the ultra-rich, Crossrail as Britain’s biggest archaeological dig and a French anti-prostitution law sparks a public slanging match
Ever more wealth is being parked in fancy storage facilities. For some customers, they are an attractive new breed of tax haven
Pictured above: Luxembourg freeport
Crossrail is not just about engineering: artists, designers and archaeologists (pictured above) are all involved in the £15bn new railway. As the amazing tunnel-boring machines approach halfway, Rowan Moore dons his hard hat and goes below
Lloyds will initially sell down a stake of between 30pc and 50pc when 631-branch bank TSB floats
Pictured above: Catherine Deneuve
An anti-prostitution law to be debated in France’s parliament has sparked a public slanging match between the country’s artists and intellectuals
A few years ago, I sat on the consulting sofa of one of London’s top psychotherapists, waiting to uncover more about what drives me in my chosen sport and my personal life. Her notes were scribbled on the questionnaire I had spent almost an entire night answering, and I was filled with dread at the impending verdict.