Londoner’s Diary: Ed Husain’s Islam book under fire for not being clear on use of aliases

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Ed Husain (Garaint Lewis/Shutterstock)
Ed Husain (Garaint Lewis/Shutterstock)

Welcome to the last Londoner’s Diary of the week. First up we see how Ed Husain’s use of pseudonyms in his book about Islam in the UK has led to trouble. Later today Tom Kerridge explains how he made his first leap from washing dishes to cooking meals with a “battlefield promotion” and tattooist Daniel Artwin Casone admits teaching Kate Moss has been, at times, a painful experience. In SW1A we note Steve Baker’s passive aggressive retweets and journalist Jim Pickard eats his hat, literally.

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