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Boris Johnson makes GQ's Top 100

London Mayor Boris Johnson has made it into GQ magazine's list of 100 best-connected men in Britain, beating the likes of Ed Miliband.

The list, published in GQ magazine, aims to identify men exercising influence by their networking in politics, the media, business, sports, PR and culture.

Boris Johnson has made it into GQ magazine's 100 best-connected men in Britain list

Other London boys who made the list include David Beckham and 'The Wire' actor Idris Elba.

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Beckham fans gather for only book signing in Piccadilly

Footballer David Beckham held the only public book signing for his book at Waterstones in Piccadilly, central London this morning, drawing fans from far and wide for a glimpse of the former Manchester United and England star.

Footballer David Beckham with a copy of his new self titled book Credit: John Stillwell/PA Wire
Footballer David Beckham signs copies of his new self titled book at Waterstones in Piccadilly, London. Credit: John Stillwell/PA Wire
Footballer David Beckham with a fan as he signs copies of his new self titled book at Waterstones in Piccadilly, London Credit: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Harry Styles joins David Beckham at film premiere

Harry Styles joined David Beckham at the premiere of 'The Class of 92' last night - a feature-length documentary which focuses on Manchester United's youth players from 1992. After meeting Beckham, the One Direction singer described him as "everyone's idol".

David Beckham and Harry Styles arriving for the world premiere of 'The Class of 92' Credit: PA Wire

Ahead of the premiere, David Beckham told ITV News he was amazed at how football had transformed his life, but his proudest achievement was becoming a dad. Watch the interview in full here.

Sunday night's premiere took place at The Odeon, Leicester Square Credit: PA Wire

Beckham clothes on sale in charity shop

Gucci, Prada and a Versace were just some of the brands up for grabs at a unique sale today. But not at a boutique designer store, instead it was a charity shop in West London.

And there was a touch of showbusiness in the air, because on sale were clothes donated by David and Victoria Beckham, in order to raise money for the Philippines typhoon disaster. Ruth Banks went to see what she could get her hands on.

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