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This issue is our 400th. John McEwen explains how he and Richard Ingrams cooked up the first issue in 1992
Despite Josh Ireland's evidence of Randolph Churchill's 'dazzling skill with words,' Miranda Carter finds him a selfish lightweight who died a shuffling wreck.
According to Winston Churchill, A P Herbert was the funniest man in England and perhaps the wisest, says Rev Peter Mullen
Sir James Miller won racing’s Triple Crown and spent a fortune on housing his horses in splendid style in Berwickshire. By Lucinda Lambton
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