London Lite Friday, 18 September 2009 15 Wright:I wont do a Leslie again and name Katie rapist Oxfamjamsto fightpoverty Blunder: Matthew Wright dismissed suggestions that he might name the man in Katie Prices claim Fast talkAn instant interview with... Chris Eubank THE 43-year-old ex World Champion boxer was born in Dulwich and grew up in Peckham. He won 45 fights in his career. New York or Brighton? I highly recommend both of them. Designer or high street? Both. I wear Levis, and I also use Kilgour French Stanbury in Savile Row. Cosmetic surgery or grow old gracefully? We shouldnt knock cosmetic surgery. Understanding, which brings acceptance, is the key. Boris or Ken (left)? I like them both. One is off the cuff, one very steady. Both can be funny, even though they have very serious jobs. Meat or fish? Both. The only things I dont eat are rhubarb and coriander. Id rather do jail time. Full English or muesli? I dont eat breakfast. Breakfast is a very dangerous meal. If you have breakfast, you feel hungry for the rest of the day and you start having weight problems. Thats not what the experts say, but if Id listened to them I would never have made champion of the world. Train or aeroplane? Ill take whichever is most efficient. Fiction or non-fiction? I read philosophy. Action or romantic films? If Im in a romantic mood Ill watch Once Upon A Time In The West. Being hard and unforgiving is romantic in my eyes. Lily Allen or Lady GaGa (right)? Theyre on the same plinth. Hello! magazine or the Financial Times? Right now its the Financial Times, as Ive just gone into business with David Lloyd. ANGUS WATSON Chris is taking part in the Lymington Challenge boat race run by the British Inflatable Boat Owners Association at Royal Lymington Yacht Club tomorrow. by mArk blunden LONDON is getting a new festival as Oxfam turns to music, art and comedy to fight poverty. Hundreds of free tickets are being handed out for the month-long Oxjam event in Kilburn, which will see more than 25 bands and artists playing at bars, clubs and pubs on the High Road. On 25 October, mini Oxfam festivals will also take place across the country, including in Kilburn, to raise funds for the charity. DAYTIME talk show host Matthew Wright today laughed off suggestions that he would repeat his past mistake in blurting out the name of the celebrity who allegedly raped Katie Price. In 2002, Wright let slip John Leslies name on air as the man suspected of raping Ulrika Jonsson. But today, on his TV show The Wright Stuff, he responded live on air to a ques- tion from the London Lite asking if he was likely to reveal the name at the centre of the Katie Price allegations. He laughed and, turning to the camera, joked: They expect me to reply? swiftly moving on to the next item. Wright, 44, was widely criticised for naming Leslie in relation to the Jonsson case. No charges were ever brought against the former Blue Peter presenter and he strenuously denied the claim. Price, 31, had made her rape allega- tions in her column for OK! magazine. On Wednesday she called The Wright Stuff, vowing never to name the celebrity. Officers reportedly contacted the mother of three yesterday, when she told them: Whats past is past and I just want to forget about it. She said the matter was now closed. Today Surrey Police said officers lack substantiated information about the allegations. A spokesman said an incident had been recorded but Price must speak to them if they are formally to record a crime and start an inquiry. He added, however, that the situation could change if new informa- tion came to light. Rape claim: Price says the matter is closed H index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html40.html41.html42.html43.html44.html45.html46.html47.html48.html49.html50.html51.html