Matt Curtis
November 2013
Daily Mail;11/13/2013, p64
MONDAY 9am and I've an important meeting to attend. No, not with that chap from marketing with the comedy tie — with a group of humpback whales. As a way to start the week, it beats the commuter train into London King's Cross.


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