Yesterday I made a great discovery. After I left the office I went to the library to work on my career project (which I have to deliver in September :S) and at the shelves next to my table, among the most variety of books, there was The spin doctor’s diary by Lance Price. It’s a journal of an ex BBC Political Correspondent who worked at 10 Downing Street during the first years of Tony Blair’s government. I started to read it, and totally hooked me. I think it’s interesting to read it nowadays, when it’s going on the News of the World phone-hacking scandal, which has become a national debate about the relation between journalism and politics.
*PD: finally yesterday I could enjoy a lonely and quite night in my home. In my home we’re 6 people living here: my “English parents” and four Spanish girls. So, as you can imagine, it’s difficult to be alone, or just have quite moments. And yesterday, instead of going out with them, I preferred just to stay at home, cooking, watching the news, reading and watching a film! Just the night I needed!