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Tag: OK! Magazine

April 19, 2017

What a Difference a Day Makes

by Matthew Steeples

Twenty-four hours ago Arthur Collins was the toast of OK! magazine; he’s now on the run and a wanted man   Twenty-four hours ago, the Mail Online gushed about Ferne McCann and Arthur Collins, a couple most of our readers will never have heard of. Now, that article is gone and instead the press are … Continue reading “What a Difference a Day Makes”

August 6, 2014

Picture of the Week: It’s not OK!

by Matthew Steeples

This week’s cover of OK! magazine illustrates what is wrong about Britain   Britain is a country that can be credited with having been responsible for amongst other things penicillin, television, commercial jets, electric light, a global language, cricket, tennis, rugby, Shakespeare, parliamentary democracy and the Internet. With so much to celebrate, what did OK! … Continue reading “Picture of the Week: It’s not OK!”

May 17, 2012

Aita Ighodaro

by Matthew Steeples

This statuesque Oxford graduate’s first novel, Sin Tropez, was a mighty success. The Independent described it as a “thrilling and scandalous read” and it got five out of five from OK! Magazine. Aita Ighodaro’s second novel, All That Gitters, came out in November 2012 and when she’s not writing, she’s often to be found enjoying a … Continue reading “Aita Ighodaro”

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