We’re going to need an extra gigawatt or so.
Your typical limousine nothing more than a fancied-up and stretched out Ford. It’s a fine means of conveyance for a staid occasion like a wedding, a funeral, or the premier of a Hugh Grant film about both of those things. But a truly memorable evening–say a first date with a complete stranger–calls for something a bit more bold...
The most public faces of Britain's phone-hacking scandal testify about their experiences with the country's 'cowardly and bullying' tabloid press.They couldn't be more different: the handsome, world-famous actor and the quiet parents who endured unspeakable tragedy.
Actor Hugh Grant says he believes his phone was hacked by British tabloid the Mail on Sunday - the first time he has implicated a newspaper not owned by Rupert Murdoch in the wrongdoing.