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Earlier this year, a colleague sent me a link to an announcement on Eater London that had made him 'laugh aloud as a near-parodic London... [Read More]
James Comey's book, A Higher Loyalty, has been trimmed of any back story that doesn't prepare us, in one way or another, for his account... [Read More]
'There is a variable delicate friction between the interests of wives, husbands and children, and between human beings and nature,' Penelope Fitzgerald wrote in a... [Read More]
After eighteen months of memoir-writing in his £25,000 shepherd's hut, interrupted now and then by lucrative international speaking engagements on the implications of the political... [Read More]
'Trains show us that freedom and constraint are a matter of dosage,' Patrick McGuinness wrote recently in the LRB. He quoted Klaus Kinski's character in... [Read More]
'Trains show us that freedom and constraint are a matter of dosage,' Patrick McGuinness wrote recently in the LRB. He quoted Klaus Kinski's character in... [Read More]
Jeremy Corbyn's middle name is Bernie. A friend posted a picture of his Islington North postal ballot paper on Facebook the other day, and there,... [Read More]
The first time I saw one of Kaya Mar's paintings was at the March for Europe a week after the Brexit vote. I took a... [Read More]
Whenever Nick Cave launches a new project in London, the same group of respectable goths and men in silk shirts find themselves together again, and... [Read More]
Melanie McDonagh wrote in the Spectator on Saturday that she wanted Theresa May to be prime minister 'because she's a vicar's daughter'. The Mail made... [Read More]
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