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Reducing a Kennedy

Former home of Jacqueline Kennedy in Georgetown, Washington reduced in price by £600,000; she lived there in 1964 before moving to Manhattan   Reduced from...

The Countess of Carnarvon (née Fiona Aitken)

The chatelaine of Carnarvon Castle, the Countess of Carnarvon is a lady who doesn’t mince her words. In a March 2015 interview with the...

Overheard: 29th July

Classic clangers from the last week Lamparding comedy In the Pret sandwich shop in Knightsbridge’s Brompton Road, two tramps sat chatting about their visits to Holy...

An adult Disneyworld

Donna Leon’s portrait of Venice has telling similarities to our view about what Central London has become   In yesterday’s The Times, author Donna Leon was...

Northern lights

Steffen Timm takes a tour of Stockholm’s best haunts for cigar lovers   Stockholm is regarded as one of the most beautiful capitals in the world....

The best view in London or an expensive way to live in London’s ‘naffest’ square?

The sale of a £16.95 million duplex penthouse in Trafalgar Square   Trafalgar Square is a place that most Londoners avoid. It’s a place for pigeons,...

Picture of the week: Doubly dumb

Cambridge County Council create Britain’s shortest set of double yellow lines   A Liberal Democrat councilor named Damien Tunnacliffe has to be the most idiotic person...

Boars and politicos

A review of Westminster’s Blue Boar Smokehouse   Westminster is one of the most intriguing parts of London but it can also be one of the...

A Devonshire pub with a Scottish twist

A review of The New Inn at Roborough, North Devon   The New Inn at Roborough in North Devon isn’t the easiest place to find. It’s...

“Grockles” and “Emmets”

Matthew Steeples discovers Michael Winner’s links to descriptions of unwelcome “out of towners”   My last linguistic rambling explored two words, “plebs” and “ladettes,” that, like...
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Bigging-Up a Bargain Mini Mansion

‘Stately’ Cape Cod style ‘mini mansion’ in North Carolina with 1.14 acres of land for sale for just £44,000; it is situated in a town that was the birthplace of the biggest ever American, a very fat and very tall man named Mills Darden.

A Security Lobotomy at The Botanist

‘The Steeple Times’ reports on anything but a ‘Super Saturday’ at The Botanist on Sloane Square; we share here imagery and a video of a thieving woman whom must be caught.

What’s Dershowitz Got To Hide?

Matthew Steeples questions why Alan Dershowitz is getting so enthusiastic in his defence of the vile paedo procurer Ghislaine Maxwell.

Runners & Riders – The Coral-Eclipse 2020

‘The Steeple Times’ takes a look at the seven horse Group 1 Coral-Eclipse 2020 at Sandown and opts for a tasty outsider for an each way bet.