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  • Northern & Shell to axe 70 journalists from Express and Star titles Groucho Club in libel action to prevent defendant's claims in 'exposé' of famous media haunt Regional newspaper ABCes: Johnston Press network takes top spot in web traffic report

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  • The sensitivity is that in the last decade the Cotswolds has become a sort of rural Groucho Club, organic kale and homemade chutneys being the new drugs of choice.

    Keith Allen: 'I hardly ever drink – and I make my own pesto'

  • Before she became a writer, she worked in publishing, as the publicity director for Jonathan Cape, working with the likes of Martin Amis and Ian McEwan, flitting in and out of the Groucho Club, and inevitably she's entirely aware about her marketability as an author.

    Polly Samson: 'Don't call me Mrs Gilmour'

  • I don't want Groucho Club types littering up my favourite places.

    My food Narnia is just past Preston

  • And when we read Evans celebrated a triumphant night last week hosting the Sony Radio Awards by drinking at Soho's Groucho Club until a relatively lightweight 2am, we just worry that the owner of the most expensive car in Britain left the new wheels at home.

    Chris Evans: The latest (happy) twist in the life and times of the presenter

  • She left Blackpool, London to head on over to SoHo, where she was seen going into the Groucho Club.

    Allie Is Wired!

  • Mum is always pregnant and cannot believe she ever did those things in the toilets at the Groucho Club.

    I'm ok as long as you're not...

  • After some phone tag, we caught up with each other in London, where I was lunching at the Groucho Club with my second wife, Ann, and Liz Calder of Jonathan Cape to celebrate the publication in the UK of my novel The Memoirs of Christopher Columbus, and Evan was at Claridge's with his second wife, Mary Vann.

    Stephen Marlowe

  • After some phone tag, we caught up with each other in London, where I was lunching at the Groucho Club with my second wife, Ann, and Liz Calder of Jonathan Cape to celebrate the publication in the UK of my novel The Memoirs of Christopher Columbus, and Evan was at Claridge's with his second wife, Mary Vann.

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • I don't mean to single out Lily Allen for harsh treatment or anything but when a spoilt, shallow, public school educated, Groucho Club fuckwit attempts make some form of social commentary on a subject she clearly knows nothing about I reserve the right to be a tad irritated.

    "You're just some racist who can't tie my laces" - When mixing pop and politics goes horribly wrong

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  • A private club in Soho, London at 45 Dean Street. The club started in 1985 as an anti-club of sorts, inspired by one of Groucho Marx's quips; "I don't want to join a club that will accept me as a member." It has 3 bars, a brasserie, and private accommodations for members.

    January 16, 2010

  • Yes, but nobody goes there anymore. It's too crowded.

    January 17, 2010