Rivalry. October 2017.

Dear Rowley, The Anne Boleyn license to print money continues apace with Alison Weir’s ‘factional’ novelĀ Anne Boleyn: A King’s Obsession available in all good bookshops. Weir is a historian and has tackled the Six Wives previously in a work of … Continue reading

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Soho Nights. February 2015.

Dear Rowley, Only the other day Anthony and I were discussing how peculiar we found the compulsion for all young gay men and women to marry and produce children. As Bette Midler once said, ‘I knew something had to replace … Continue reading

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How It Looked. How It Was. Consequences. July 2012.

Dear Rowley, It’s official. The insurgency against the Jubolympics in Bloomsbury is gathering momentum. As of yesterday, Bloomsbury has been invaded by every nationality and age of chav in town for the Olympic Games. We have scrawny Asians with less … Continue reading

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