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8211; for this eerie feeling: when something mysterious or unfamiliar somehow makes uncanny sense. Over the last year I’ve felt it in the most unlikely of places: Northamptonshire. Let me explain why. What goes on at Town hall planning committees these days? My old snapshot from 1991 shows how the London skyline has changed utterly – and how it has stayed the same. Jeremy Corbyn as Labour Leader may be frightening indeed. But Corbyn as Party Martyr would be even worse. Many of the “loony left”...
Jeremy Hutchinson | Alex Grant
Just occasionally, you meet someone with a life story so extraordinary that you pinch yourself as you hear it. Jeremy Hutchinson – one of Britain’s leading criminal barristers throughout the 1960s and 1970s, former chairman of the Tate Gallery, former … Continue reading →. Politicians should get out of Westminster for its restoration – and stay out. Does Brexit Mean Brexit? Brexit is not a working class revolt, or a resurgence of racists. It was an Oldie rebellion, pure and simple. Follow me on Twitter.