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As Christine Keeler’s son seeks a pardon for her perjury conviction, Harry Mount recalls the quiet dignity of her funeral four years ago
Norman Stone agreed to read Leslie Croxford's novel about Hitler's architect, Albert Speer, who Stone had dined with the night before he died
Joseph Connolly remembers the understated opulence of the tobacconists' frontages, surmounted by fasciae of brass, or gilded lettering encased in glass
John Sutherland defends his tutor Monica Jones, who indulged the poet’s fondness for photography and sex
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