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Tulkinghorn and all of his male scribes are gearing up to grow moustaches for Movember, a charity scheme set up for everyday people to become 1970s legends and raise some money for prostate cancer in the process.
Things are taking shape on the faces of Team Tulkinghorn. A week into their bid to grow moustaches for Movember, a charity event to raise money for prostate cancer, and Tulkinghorn’s scribes have had mixed fortunes.
Tom Phillips has been ridiculed for his shamefully bare top lip, and was forced to defend his face in these pages (see blog).
Deputy news editor Ben Moshinsky, by contrast, found that resembling Borat sent his profile soaring at The Lawyer’s Berlin conference (see blog).
Check out the latest profile pictures below capturing the team ten days into their hairy adventure.
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Kit Chellel, reporter.
“”It makes you look stupid. I hate it,” said my girlfriend at the weekend. It’s always good to have support from your family and friends.”
Kian Ganz, reporter.
“I’m going for quantity over quality.”
Ben Moshinsky, deputy news editor.
“I can’t drink cappucino, now. But then one has to suffer for the art.”
Tom Phillips, special reports editor.
“Nothing’s happening on my face. Everyone is mocking me. It’s going to be a long month.”