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The cold snap has continued into February, but it was reassuring to see the last remaining seconds of daylight as I left the office (on time) this week.

13 February 2015

The cold snap has continued into February, but it was reassuring to see the last remaining seconds of daylight
as I left the office (on time) this week.

This leads me seamlessly to struggle on under clouds which are 'fifty shades of grey' - a not at all forced link to maximise hits on Google.

That's right, the big news this week is the release of the 'most anticipated film of the year', Fifty Shades of Grey. I can only apologise to the naïve and innocent among you for the sentences that follow and any associated puns.

EL James's 2011 novel introduced 'mummy porn' to the masses, selling over 100 million copies worldwide and has been translated into 52 languages. It is now set to find an even larger audience as Jamie

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