A piece of land in the country is a fine aspiration for any City gentleman, but it could also prove a shrewd investment move. With the markets far from certain and inflation a concern, farmland is looking more and more appealing.
Paul Walsh, chief executive of drinks giant Diageo; Sam Laidlaw, chief executive of British Gas-owner Centrica; and Dick Olver, chairman of defence group BAE Systems, all put money into film schemes developed by tax advisers at Ingenious Media.
These are the first pictures inside the flat where MI6 spy Gareth Williams was found dead in a padlocked sports bag. His naked, decomposed corpse was discovered in the tub in a windowless bathroom - squeezed into a North Face holdall.