Cash & Cary. March 2016.

Dear Rowley, One of the benefits of living in Bloomsbury is that you’re never far from history in the making. Last week, for instance, Rupert Murdock and Jerry Hall’s wedding was blessed at the journalists’ church of St Brides, Fleet … Continue reading

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New Balls Please. June 2012.

Dear Rowley, As they say down the souk in old Tangier town, ‘Trust in Allah but tie-up your camel’. This has been my philosophy for 2012. Once we’d put The Perfect Gentleman┬áto bed in March, I started to enjoy the … Continue reading

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Use Me Again. March 2012.

Dear Rowley, I was cruising the local Waitrose last night when I caught the eye of a lady for whom life had clearly challenged her to a duel and won. If there was a speech bubble above that broad’s head … Continue reading

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And Another Thing…June 2011

Dear Rowley, I do feel desperate for the Greeks, don’t you? They are being held to ransom by the European Union. Now I’ve got nothing against the EU, except I think it’s populated by venal, money grubbing career politicians who … Continue reading

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