A collection of articles to keep you up to date with what’s happened in the news this week, because lives are busy and it’s handy to have it all in one place.
The shady world of off-shore bank accounts has been illuminated once more, a year on from the Panama Papers scandal. This article by The Guardian outlines who’s implicated and how, providing some clarity on a murky world of numbers.
Ellen Page recently took to Facebook to ‘out’ Brett Ratner on his homophobic and frankly disrespectful behaviour. Sadly, another story to add to a pile highlighting the pandemic of abusive conduct by powerful men in Hollywood.
Speak of the devil.
The Guardian explores how the chaos of international relations concerning Priti Patel and her downfall is beneficial to Boris Johnson.
Recent research into a huge new world that lies on the boundary between a planet and a star, is the start of understanding how these objects form in the brown dwarf desert.
New Editor-in-chief Edward Enninful’s debut issue of Vogue champions diversity, according to The Pool.
In light of the recent news Brazilian beauty pageant contestants model meat bikinis to protest against sexual harassment.
And finally, the opening of Blue Box Café on 5th Avenue in New York now means Breakfast at Tiffany’s is no longer a coffee and croissant standing outside looking in.
This weekly round up was put together by Elle Ayres. Follow Elle on Twitter: @AyresElle