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  • Bridges and troubled waters

    Published: 19/01/2017
    During David Cameron’s years as prime minister, an unobtrusive figure could be seen slipping out of the back entrance to… See the full story of Bridges and troubled waters on The Spectator ... Read more
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  • An apologia for adultery

    Published: 19/01/2017
    What to make of this unexpectedly startling novel? Though you may be lured into a false sense of familiarity by… See the full story of An apologia for adultery on The Spectator . Read more
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  • Thoughts on the human condition

    Published: 19/01/2017
    This past autumn has felt more uncomfortable than usual to be a woman looking at men looking at women. From… See the full story of Thoughts on the human condition on The Spectator . Read more
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  • A cold case from the Cold War

    Published: 19/01/2017
    It is a chastening thought that Boris Johnson’s responsibilities now include MI6. Alan Judd’s latest novel is particularly interesting about… See the full story of A cold case from t ... Read more
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  • The Band’s Barnacle Man

    Published: 19/01/2017
    The recent spate of rock memoirs has proved one of the less rewarding sub- genres in the post-digital Gutenberg galaxy.… See the full story of The Band’s Barnacle Man on The Spectator . Read more
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  • Embarrassing Victorian bodies

    Published: 19/01/2017
    The fetishisation of the Victorians shows no sign of abating. Over the past 16 years, since the centenary of the… See the full story of Embarrassing Victorian bodies on The Spectator . Read more
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  • Who commands the sea?

    Published: 19/01/2017
    From ‘Raiders, submarines and some naval problems’, The Spectator, 20 January 1917: At the moment the enemy’s fleet is compelled to… See the full story of Who commands the ... Read more
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  • An emperor’s inauguration

    Published: 19/01/2017
    Given that Donald Trump is not the most popular president the USA has ever seen, even among his own party,… See the full story of An emperor’s inauguration on The Spectator . Read more
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  • May has taken back control

    Published: 19/01/2017
    ‘No negotiation without notification’ has been the EU’s mantra since 24 June last year. Its leaders have been determined that… See the full story of May has taken back control ... Read more
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  • Making work for ourselves

    Published: 12/01/2017
    In 1929 John Maynard Keynes predicted that by 2029 people in the developed nations could enjoy a perfectly civilised standard… See the full story of Making work for ourselves on The Spectator . Read more
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  • An unmagnificent seven

    Published: 5/01/2017
    One of the most interesting developments in modern publishing has surely been the revival of interest in women writers of… See the full story of An unmagnificent seven on The Spectator . Read more
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  • From Balzac to the Beatles

    Published: 5/01/2017
    All biography is both an act of homage and a labour of dissection, and all biographers are jealous of their… See the full story of From Balzac to the Beatles on The Spectator . Read more
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