Theresa May Keeps Peace Between Lawson and Saatchi

The awkwardest of seating arrangements revealed in yesterday’s Sun column. Voluptuous TV chef Nigella Lawson’s brother Dominic found himself sat next to Maurice Saatchi, brother of her estranged husband, at a lunch held last week by the Centre for Policy Studies, the think-tank set up by Maggie Thatcher. Any animosity between the two families could not boil over into violence as they had a law enforcer in the room. In fact, a very, very senior law enforcer: Theresa May.




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