Good week for:
Greece, after Jeremy Corbyn vowed to return the Elgin Marbles if he becomes PM. He said the Parthenon sculptures “belong to Greece”, and that he would engage in talks to return them, along with all artefacts “taken from occupied or colonial possession”. Jonathan Aitken, who is about to return to prison – as a chaplain. The former Tory MP became a devout Christian while serving seven months for perjury in 1999. He studied theology on his release and is now about to be ordained as a Church of England minister. His prison work will be part-time and unpaid. Smartphone addicts, with reports that on its new iphones, Apple plans to include features to stop people overusing their devices. The “Digital Health” settings are likely to include tools to tell people how much time they’re spending on their phone and the facility to block apps that are proving too compelling. Brigitte Nielsen, the Danish star of Rocky IV, who revealed that she is pregnant with her fifth child, at the age of 54.