The British diplomats explained that they were terribly sorry about the inconvenience
There is something smug and averse about people in masks — but better smug and averse than dead, I suppose
Lives of Houses reviewed
As P.G. Wodehouse finished each page of a book he was writing, he would pin it to his office wall at a height indicating how good it was
Relations between London and Washington are not – and have never been – as special as Churchill would have liked
The enthusiasm for all things Churchillian is stronger now than at any time since his death
The British left is desperate to demonize Churchill. Conservatives should resist their efforts, while acknowledging his faults.
An exhibition in Washington explores the Bard’s influence on the British Prime Minister
Churchill: Walking with Destiny by Andrew Roberts reviewed
The diary of the former British Foreign Secretary.
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