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Hélène Darroze

I hate this time of year. People in the real world, ie one outside law, are all winding down nicely for booze-sodden lunches, without having to cancel at the last minute or keep their mobile devices somewhere that they can actually feel them. Yanked back to the office after only my starter at Café Murano […]

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