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Joan Collins's notebook: Captain Phillips is great, but Gravity sent me to sleep

Plus: Thank you Valentino, Tom Ford, William Boyd et al for making my book-launch party so swell

16 November 2013

9:00 AM

16 November 2013

9:00 AM

All eyes on the Philippines this week, and rightly so. Godspeed to those American and British ships making their way to the devastation in Leyte and Samar. It’s sad, though, that the global news machine can only process one disaster at a time. The world has all but forgotten the tropical storms and floods that have battered Acapulco in the past two months.

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