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So hooray for being a middle aged woman on TV, for a start.

But a middle-aged black woman on TV, double hooray!

Bagels suggest brunch, Bagley’s suggests full throttle hedonism.

“It all started when we were looking around King’s Cross,” explains Noble.

Holland Park, Grey Coat and the Oratory, which regularly send their best students to Oxbridge and universities of the Ivy League, are three of a growing group of London schools thought of by parents as equal or superior to local private establishments.

With famous parents and high-achieving alumni, London’s non-selective “super states” are a far cry from Vine’s description of Hammersmith and West London Comprehensive in the Eighties, “where being able to spell your own name was considered a mark of genius”.

‘Due to the fact this amount had not been collected by the due date set by HMRC, a Bankruptcy Order was issued to Miss Oliver in respect to the mentioned amount on 11 November 2011.’ Oliver, who has presented on TV since 2005, and more recently had DJ stints on the BBC Radio 1, was a bridesmaid at Lily Allen’s wedding last July, but has since not been seen in the public eye much.

TV presenter Miquita Oliver faces bankruptcy after she failed to pay a tax bill of more than £170,000, according to a firm of accountants.

And granted, the project sounds like the sort of hybrid that lends itself to parody: on June 17 and 18 Noble and his team at Spiritland are teaming up with Tanqueray to throw a two-day “knees-up” centred on house music and bagels. So far, so offbeat — moreover, it is inspired by one of London’s most famous nightclubs, Bagley’s, the capital’s largest superclub for two decades and the venue around which much of London’s club culture in the 1980s and 1990s orbited — hence the name, Bagely’s.Although Lily has retired from music for a while, Bryan Ferry is apparently keen to work with her.She's also in demand for TV projects, with Alesha Dixon reportedly saying Lily would make a great Strictly Come Dancing judge.’” A playful name is surely reason enough for the event’s existence.The billing promises, “two days, 20 DJs and 20,000 bagels”, each stuffed by head chef Owen Kenworthy, celebrated graduate of Brawn in E2, and his team with one of four fillings: salt beef and English mustard (“traditional Jewish fare”), egg mayonnaise, smoked aubergine and pepper, and Tanqueray-infused salmon and cream cheese (the gin brand is a partner for the event).

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