Faces of the week

Sunday Herald - - EDITORIAL & LETTERS -

Daniel Craig

con­firmed he’ll play James Bond one more time. Asked why he once said he’d rather slash his wrists than play 007 again, he said: “It was two days af­ter I’d fin­ished shoot­ing the last movie. I went straight into an in­ter­view and some­one said would you do an­other one and I went ‘No!’ And in­stead of say­ing some­thing with style and grace I gave a re­ally stupid an­swer.” Weak­est Link host

Anne Robin­son

has joined dat­ing app Tin­der at 72. The twice-di­vorced pre­sen­ter says she’s look­ing for a high­fly­ing busi­ness­man and is only in­ter­ested in “CEOs and up­wards”. “I hope all women my age are hav­ing sex,” she told The Sun, in an ar­ti­cle head­lined She’ll Swipe The Floor With Them. “Why wouldn’t they be? It’s what keeps me young.” News that Big Ben’s fa­mous chimes are to fall silent to al­low vi­tal re­pairs was greeted with shock across the UK es­tab­lish­ment. “Of course we want to en­sure peo­ple’s safety at work but it can’t be right for Big Ben to be silent for four years,” said the PM. Labour leader Jeremy Cor­byn said: “It’s not a na­tional dis­as­ter or catas­tro­phe.”

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