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The figures from training body Skills Development Scotland lay bare the scale of job losses in the capital's financial sector.
Five succinct chapters, "Freaks," "Home," "Star Child," "Alone of All His Race, Alone of All Her Sex" and "The Trial;' lay bare the conundrum: the idea of Michael Jackson versus the reality of Michael Jackson--both ideas virtually impossible to grasp.