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The news you might have missed this week

THE BIG STORY

It was the week in which David Cameron, George Osborne and Jeremy Corbyn all published their tax returns in the name of political transparency following the Panama Papers. #CameronMustGo has been trending on Twitter again, which actually might be welcomed by the Prime Minister as a good omen (it was also trending shortly before he won a thumping majority at the general election). Dennis Skinner, the old beast of the Commons, had a snappier insult for the PM…

 

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QUOTE OF THE WEEK

Not all of us can sing like Kelly Clarkson, but all of our voices matter.

President Obama popped up on the final of American Idol with this little pearl of wisdom. David Cameron is presumably prepping his, ‘Not all of us can sing like Wagner…’ line for later in the year.

 

ARTS

A painting, purportedly by Italian master Caravaggio, has been discovered in an attic in Toulouse. According to a French art expert, the painting, which depicts Judith Beheading Holofernes, is legit and could be worth up to £94m. The BBC decided we are delicate flowers and decided to warn us that this painting, depicting a scene from the Old Testament, is a bit gruesome….

You can see the painting here. Don't say you haven't been warned...

 

IDIOT WORLD

A curry house chef ‘prepared food after wiping his bottom with his bare hands’ – you wouldn’t have to be mad-ras to eat there, but it’d help etc.

 

SPORT

Manchester City made it through to the Champions League semi-final, but Barcelona crashed out after losing to rivals Atletico Madrid. In cricket, England batsman James Taylor has been forced to retire after being diagnosed with a serious heart condition. Over at the Masters in Augusta, chest bumps were all the rage…

 

TV

Line of Duty is now over the half way mark and is essential catch-up TV if you’ve missed it so far, while on Monday the surprisingly excellent US series, The People v OJ Simpson, comes to a conclusion. The Princess Bride, gets an airing on Sunday afternoon (5, 1.15pm); a chance to see a pre-House of Cards Robin Wright. Meanwhile, fans of dragons, eye-watering violence and even-more eye-watering incest are getting increasingly impatient as Games of Thrones series 6 draws tantalisingly close. It starts on Sky Atlantic on April 25, and HBO have released a new trailer to keep us going…

 

MOST ANNOYING THING OF THE WEEK

We might have wanted to harness the power of Jamie Oliver to the cause as far as breastfeeding is concerned, but there just no excuse for this…

 

 

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