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The Spectator 4h
The younger royals’ behaviour is undermining the monarchy, says Jan Moir. Subscribe today – and get a month for free – to read more.
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Spectator USA Aug 22
"There is a turbulence in the air, a contagion of bad behavior that taints the good deeds and hard work of other royals, causing understandable resentment," writes Jan Moir
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The Spectator 5h
Get 12 weeks of unlimited access to unmissable writing for just £12 and get a free Spectator Moleskine notebook, worth £20.
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Fraser Nelson 5h
Prue Leith has just been appointed government healthy food tsar. Here’s her manifesto: a spectator cover story on what’s to blame for the expanding British waistline
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Coffee House 5h
A free show at the Edinburgh festival featuring two local MPs, three stand-up comedians – and Alastair Campbell – should have been a massive draw. What went wrong, asks Lloyd Evans
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The Spectator 5h
Through the tofu-munching mouths of babes, we are denounced as the bourgeois creatures we really are. If Chairman Mao were alive, he’d be using this system for his Cultural Revolution, says Colin Freeman
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The Spectator 6h
Why aren’t the younger royals toeing the line? And is there anything they could do that would risk compromising the Queen’s authority?
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Toasted Giant Aug 22
Replying to @alstewitn @afneil
Too many journalists forget this, when it should be the foundation of how they conduct themselves. and are good examples of this vanishing set of values.
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Apollo Magazine Aug 22
Our Bank Holiday sale is now live! Subscribe now and receive 3 issues of Apollo for just £3.
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Fraser Nelson Aug 21
Can the monarchy survive its makeover? Jan Moir, William Shawcross and Charles Moore in the new , out tomorrow
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Spectator Life Aug 21
'He's adopted a more optimistic approach to Brexit'
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Spectator USA Aug 21
"On the trip we took, you were struck not just by stunning natural beauty – ice floes the size of office blocks framed against huge mountain ridges rising from the water – but by man’s tenuous existence in such an environment," writes Robert Chote
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The Spectator Aug 22
Tartan, pineapples, paisley – would your decor pass the cultural-appropriation test, asks Laura Freeman
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Coffee House Aug 21
Has Boris Johnson cracked the famously difficult German sense of humour? has the details
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The Spectator Aug 22
Both Trump and Xi want to buy Greenland. Why? The OBR’s Robert Chote visits and reports on its charms:
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Fraser Nelson Aug 22
Britain, like Iceland, will thrive outside the EU says its former Prime Minister
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The Spectator Aug 22
Nicola Sturgeon fancies herself as something of an international stateswoman. So why won't she accept the responsibility that comes with it, asks Stephen Daisley
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Fraser Nelson Aug 21
Charles Moore: “It is increasingly well understood by voters that endless lecturing about racism, sexism, diet and the environment is the main modern means by which elites disdain the commonalty”
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Apollo Magazine Aug 21
‘Bruges is a city that inspires gothic responses’
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Fraser Nelson Aug 21
Both Trump and Xi want to buy Greenland. Why? The OBR’s Robert Chote visits, and reports on its charms for the new Spectator, out today:
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