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Word of the Week – Woebegone

After ‘Vanity Fair’ use ‘woebegone’ in the context of ‘Donald Trump’, Matthew Steeples examines that word’s origins   On Wednesday morning, in their daily ‘The Hive’...

Word of the Week: Floccinaucinihilipilification

An unusual way of describing something worthless   “Floccinaucinihilipilification” became the longest word ever used in the House of Commons when Jacob Rees-Mogg used it in...

‘Ћ’ is just unacceptable

Those who play with our language do so at their peril   News that an Australian restaurateur named Paul Mathis has “invented” a new symbol to...

Michael Collins: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”

The Steeple Times asks molecular cuisine guru and managing director of Bubble Food Michael Collins: “What’s on your mantelpiece?”   The Steeple Times shares “wit and...

Do you “chitter-chatter”?

The phrase “chit-chat”   This morning, as I walked through the streets of Chelsea, I heard a lady blabbering into her mobile telephone about how she’d...
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Paedo Prevalence

A newly released report illustrating the prevalence of paedophilia amongst associates of Jeffrey Epstein and Ghislaine Maxwell is utterly shocking; it includes 87 figures with political connections who’ve also been involved in sexual abuse.

A Mucky Affair

As allegations of Bill Clinton having had an affair with mucky madam Ghislaine Maxwell resurface, further documents should quite rightly be released

Moaning MeGain

In describing ‘Finding Freedom’ as a “whole sorry saga” Richard Kay is spot on suggests Matthew Steeples; moaning ‘MeGain’ should simply now shut up.

Grosvenor Grabs The Ground Rent

Vast Belgravia artists’ studio goes on sale for just £1.3 million, but of course, there is a catch and that is the extortionate ground rent