Weird World financial times lunch

The unexpected payoff to this ‘ultimate lunch with the FT’ column is a proper jaw-dropper

There’s a rather fabulous column in the Financial Times called Lunch with the FT in which a journalist interviews a guest over – you guessed it – a lunch of their choosing.

And it invariably makes for a fabulous read, most memorably this particularly lively affair with Richard Desmond where the bill came to an eye-watering £758.

But not even that – or indeed any other lunch in the column which dates back to 1994 – can compare with this one, as highlighted by the FT’s very own Jim Packard.

And here it is again in full just in case that is tricky to read …

Didn’t see that coming!

To conclude …


This Taylor Swift fan confused ‘monarchy’ with ‘patriarchy’ and the payoff was just fabulous

Source @PickardJE