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Shepherd Bush’s Westfield Shopping Centre is the unlikely setting of the UK’s first branch of South African steakhouse chain The MeatCo. I say unlikely because it’s not your everyday shopper who pops in for a steak in excess of £40 and of beastly proportions between visits to M&S and River Island, but each to their own – on a Wednesday night, the place was packed out.

The restaurant’s African heritage, for which the decor leverages off, instantly translated to the table in the form of a bottle of native merlot and a plate of biltong, succulent strips of South African dry cured beef. In search of more delicacies, we opted for an entrée tasting platter with superb Salt & Pepper Calamari, equally tasty Braised Rib Meat Cigars, BBQ Chicken Wings and an Eggplant & Mascarpone tart.

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The latest Attitude is a glam rock spectacular with America’s biggest gay singer Adam Lambert on the cover, chatting about everything from working with Queen to his new solo material, and what he thinks of taking on Sam Smith in the charts and homophobia. We also have the only interview with former Westlife star Mark Feehily who opens up for the first time about his troubled dark years to re-emerge as a very different kind of solo artist. As we approach the General Election we have exclusive interviews with David Cameron, Ed Miliband, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage, Nicola Sturgeon and Natalie Bennett, challenging them on LGBT issues and asking why they deserve your vote. We also rate the leaders’ style, and have interviews with a spread of LGBT candidates from around the country. Elsewhere in the magazine, we speak to Broadway stars Michael 'Ugly Betty' Urie and Christine Baranski, and we wave goodbye to Mad Men by talking a look back at Mad Men’s gay storylines. We also get a sneak peek inside John Whaite’s newly decorated home, and put Lulu to the How Gay quiz.