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April 23, 2017

Living Large

by Matthew Steeples

New Jersey mansion, complete with 58 rooms, for sale for equivalent sum to what it cost to build in 1909; the £37 million house’s original owner was a man whose extravagance knew absolutely no bounds   George Crocker (1856 – 1909) makes F. Scott Fitzgerald’s Jay Gatsby seem like an amateur. Born in Sacramento and … Continue reading “Living Large”

September 10, 2013

Skedding off the rails

by Matthew Steeples

Professor Alan Sked forms new party   In 1991, Alan Sked, a professor of International History at the London School of Economics, formed the Anti-Federalist League. In 1993, the organisation became what is now known as the United Kingdom Independence Party (UKIP) but after leaving what he came to see as a factionalised organisation in … Continue reading “Skedding off the rails”

July 15, 2013

Sunburnt roads

by Matthew Steeples

It used to be ‘leaves on the line’, now it’s ‘sunburnt roads’   As ever, there’s always an excuse and when, today, an AA spokesman announced that the reason that parts of the M25 had been closed was because Britain is currently experiencing ‘sunburnt roads’, we had to laugh.

October 21, 2012

James Sherwood

by Matthew Steeples

This Kentuckian buccaneer founded Sea Containers in 1965. He is best known though buying the Hotel Cipriani in Venice for less than £1 million “on a whim” and reviving the Venice-Simplon-Orient-Express. A true perfectionist with an attention to detail unlike any other, Sherwood was victorious in 2010 in a battle with the Cipriani family over … Continue reading “James Sherwood”

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