- James Bond author Ian Fleming's letters to the real Miss Moneypenny
- Loelia Ponsonby, wife of the 2nd Duke of Westminster, and a leading Bright Young Thing of the 1920s, was a close friend of the author.
- Shaken, But Still Stirring: 60 Years of James Bond Novels
- The effect is more static and stilted than vibrant and natural.
- Trigger Mortis, by Anthony Horowitz: more Pussy Galore and high-octane Bond
- Apart from M's secretary, Moneypenny, and his own, Loelia Ponsonby (whom we see glimpses of here), few Bond Girls can sustain our hero's interest into a second novel. But two more tough, accomplished, and quite modern beauties – Logan Fairfax and ...
- Bus deregulation outside London has been a failure – thinktank report
- The IPPR thinktank argues bus deregulation has failed because outside London bus passenger journeys have fallen and fares are rising faster than inflation. Photograph: Simmisimons/Getty Images/Vetta. Rebecca Smithers, consumer affairs correspondent.
- Thanks, Lukas, for your transport of delight
- It was Loelia Ponsonby, and not Margaret Thatcher, who said that "a man who, beyond the age of 30, finds himself on a bus can count himself as a failure".
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