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A 10-stop guide to the areas best restaurants, shops and cocktail dens. Plus: One of the most stylish new hotels in Paris Jay Cheshes Updated Dec. 8, 2016 3:41 p.m. ET ONE AFTERNOON this fall, Parisians seemed a bit less frantic than usual as they rushed toward the subways and suburban train lines of le Forum des Halles. The concrete chasm in central Paris, its rail platforms long surrounded by chain stores and fast-food spots, had finally begun to emerge from years of construction dust. Above the main entry hung a vast golden canopy. Sun rays, refracted through its metal and glass grooves, illuminated spiffy new boutiques and restaurants. Trays of savory souffles teetered toward tables outside the new Alain Ducasse brasserie, Champeaux, while a jackhammer droned in the distance....
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Murdochs earlier approach for Sky in 2011 was rejected when his UK newspaper business was hit by a phone-hacking scandal, a pointthat government ministers were urged to remember during the debate on Monday. Speaking in Parliament, Brannan noted that the concerns raised five years ago were not only about the serious wrongdoing that was being uncovered during the phone-hacking scandal, but they were also about the concentration of media power and media ownership in fewer and fewer hands. He added: Nowhere does it say we should sit quietly for five years and come back again when weve all forgotten about it. We havent forgotten about it. Culture minister Karen Bradley was expected to field questions on the issue but was absent and digital and culture minister Matt Hancock stepped in, repeating throughout the session that a formal notification had not been received by the parties and when it was received, Bradley would have 10 days to decide whether to issue a public intervention notice. Media regulator Ofcom could then carry out a public interest test on the takeover offer. In 2012, when carrying out a fit and proper person test, Ofcoms assessment of Fox CEO James Murdoch indicated that he repeatedly fell short of exercising the responsibility that was expected of him. The only thing that really matters in this is the public interest, said MP Chris Bryant, an opposition Labor Party lawmaker and former shadow culture secretary. When we had a period where one man had control of 40% of the newspapers in this country the largest daily newspaper, the largest Sunday newspaper and the largest broadcaster by far in value in this country , that poisoned the well of British politics. So I urge government ministers that as they go through this process in the quasi-judicial manner that they suggest that they keep that very close to the front of their mind. Former Labor leader Ed Milliband added: Compared to five years ago when the House passed a motion unanimously that [Murdochs] bid shouldnt go a head, we still have issues of phone hacking unresolved in the courts and we still have a system of self-regulation that has not satisfied the victims of phone-hacking. What has really changed since the House passed the motion five years ago? In my view, very little.
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