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Russian Agents are worse than Dolly Grip

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

When you’ve worked with Dolly Grip for as long as have, you get pretty good at separating the truth from some feeble excuse for why she hasn’t got a new ‘number’ for this week’s show. But it wouldn’t take much of a bullshit detector to see right through those Russian agents who are accused of poisoning two people in Britain last year. The two men recently went on Russian TV to deny any involvement, even though the Brits have tracked them down and linked them to a trip to Salisbury at the exact time the poisonings took place. With completely straight faces, the lads admitted to the media that, yes, they were there, but only to visit the local church spire!

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In this month’s bumper celebration of wedded bliss, we talk to loved-up couples who enjoyed the biggest day of their lives in 2018 and get some insider info on organising the main event. Not content with bringing you all the news that matters, your favourite magazine’s history of matchmaking is revealed as we talk to couples who met through the pages of GCN. Alongside a one-stop directory of wedding day info, we have some handy etiquette tips for attendees and a history of the battle for same-sex marriage around the globe. We continue our series of interviews with LGBT+ asylum seekers in the Direct Provision system and author Darragh Martin speaks about his new book, Future Popes of Ireland. It’s a jam-packed October issue!