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Evgeny Lebedev’s famous friends are eager to tell you what a darling he is.He’s much smarter and funnier than people think.’ You get the picture.Evgeny likes to be ribbed, especially if the person doing the ribbing is a celebrity.Of course this paper is edited primarily in the morning, Parliament votes in the afternoon crucially though people need to know this'.Later he was asked if he could guarantee the paper's the independence: 'There are plenty of examples of MP's who have edited newspapers and magazines over the years'.