By Thursday 19 April, Lunch with the FT: 52 Classic Interviews, the FT’s anniversary book, pictured on sale in the window of Waterstone’s Piccadilly, was number three on the London Evening Standard bestseller list. ‘Good reading on the menu’ declared a flattering review in India’s Business Standard on the same day. Penguin has launched a competition giving everybody except FT and Penguin staff or family a chance to be drawn by James Ferguson, the FT illustrator whose glorious cartoons ranging from Angela Merkel to Sean P Diddy grace the book.  By Thursday 19 April, Lunch with the FT: 52 Classic Interviews, the FT’s anniversary book, pictured on sale in the window of Waterstone’s Piccadilly, was number three on the London Evening Standard bestseller list. ‘Good reading on the menu’ declared a flattering review in India’s Business Standard on the same day. Penguin has launched a competition giving everybody except FT and Penguin staff or family a chance to be drawn by James Ferguson, the FT illustrator whose glorious cartoons ranging from Angela Merkel to Sean P Diddy grace the book.  By Thursday 19 April, Lunch with the FT: 52 Classic Interviews, the FT’s anniversary book, pictured on sale in the window of Waterstone’s Piccadilly, was number three on the London Evening Standard bestseller list. ‘Good reading on the menu’ declared a flattering review in India’s Business Standard on the same day. Penguin has launched a competition giving everybody except FT and Penguin staff or family a chance to be drawn by James Ferguson, the FT illustrator whose glorious cartoons ranging from Angela Merkel to Sean P Diddy grace the book.  

By Thursday 19 April, Lunch with the FT: 52 Classic Interviews, the FT’s anniversary book, pictured on sale in the window of Waterstone’s Piccadilly, was number three on the London Evening Standard bestseller list. ‘Good reading on the menu’ declared a flattering review in India’s Business Standard on the same day. Penguin has launched a competition giving everybody except FT and Penguin staff or family a chance to be drawn by James Ferguson, the FT illustrator whose glorious cartoons ranging from Angela Merkel to Sean P Diddy grace the book.  


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