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Jamie Thomas
Works at BBC Worldwide
Attended Univeristy of Sheffield
Lives in London
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  • Univeristy of Sheffield
    Economics, 1999 - 2002
  • Stockholm University
    Swedish as a Foreign Language, 2008 - 2009
  • University of Nottingham
    Behavioural Economics, 2009 - 2010
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Finance Manager
  • BBC Worldwide
    Performance and Planning Manager, 2012 - present
  • Eyeworks Sweden AB
    Finance Manager, 2010 - 2012
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Sepp Blatter's World Cup plans show no respect for logic – or football

Jonathan Wilson: The Fifa president wants more Asian teams in the World Cup, but his proposals will help nothing except his own political fu

Margaret Thatcher, Unlike Many Tory Politicians, Was a Great Friend to J...

Thatcher and the Jews: Margaret Thatcher was a staunch defender of Jewish causes and a supporter of Israel in her political career, unlike m

Europe's great divorce

WE JOURNALISTS are probably too bleary-eyed after a sleepless night to understand the full significance of what has just happened in Brussel

Knox appeal: Reviewing the evidence

What was the evidence that convicted Amanda Knox of the murder of Meredith Kercher - and how have her lawyers challenged it during the appea

Louis CK: Live at the Beacon Theater

Live at the Beacon Theater: show available to download now!

Is the alcohol message all wrong?

Many people think heavy drinking causes promiscuity, violence and anti-social behaviour. That's not necessarily true, argues Kate Fox.

Premier League rights judgment is a win-win for football's ruling classes

Dan Sabbagh: Landmark European court decision will keep lawyers busy but it won't make much difference to consumers

Christopher Hitchens in quotes - Telegraph

The writer, polemicist and devout atheist Christopher Hitchens was known for his confrontational style of debate. Here we list some of hi

'Occupy' is a response to economic permafrost

'Occupy' is a kind of replacement social democracy, writes Paul Mason.


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Could David Cameron have done anything other than walk away from a new E...

COULD David Cameron have done anything different at Thursday night's EU summit, when he refused to sign Britain up to new EU treaty rules ov

Premier League fans can buy cheap foreign TV coverage, EU rules

• European Union's highest court rules it is not illegal to buy set top box decoder cards from foreign broadcasters • Ruling could have huge

Bye, bye England? SNP plans closer Scandinavian ties after independence

An independent Scotland would shift much of its attention away from the UK to become a member of the Scandinavian circle of countries, with

'Cameron's last bluff': European media criticise UK eurozone treaty veto

French, German and Italian commentators decide the euro is more important than the Brits

Thinking the unthinkable on a euro break-up

It has suddenly become respectable to ask the question: what would happen if the euro broke up? Last week's rise in German bond yields signa

Far too soon to write off America -

Ihear a recurring refrain from China these days: America’s strength comes not from its democratic and free-market values, but merely from th

What's Really Next for Apple in Television

While Apple is exploring a full-fledged television, expect Siri, the company's new artificial intelligent software, to control the TV.

Eurozone deal leaves Britain isolated -

European leaders are struggling to cope with a profound split over crisis plans for the eurozone, leaving the UK isolated as the rest of the

What really caused the eurozone crisis?

As eurozone governments hammer out new rules to limit their borrowing, are they missing the point of the crisis?

Si the Meat Liquor spell wearing off? The burgers are good but there are now plenty better around town and the decor is looking a bit try-hard. the queue still moves fast, but the wait is becoming harder to justify...
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
Great burgers and long lines are par for the course in London right now. Honest stands out by being tastier and less pretentious than the rest.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago
3 reviews
A long wait followed by hurried but friendly service and unfussy decor. It can feel like a production line, but the lobster roll makes it all worthwhile.
Food: Very GoodDecor: GoodService: Very Good
Public - 3 years ago
reviewed 3 years ago