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Rupert Darwall’s article Forecast failure: how the Met Office lost touch with reality is the cover feature of this week’s Spectator. The Age of Global Warming: A History by Rupert Darwall is available now!

Brian Sewell will be in conversation with Sir Roy Strong at the Winchester Festival on Friday, from 6.30pm. Not to be missed - get your ticket today! 

He closes with a glorious diatribe against foodies, gastropubs, celebrity chefs and all that currently sucks the joy out of eating out. Enjoy!

Country Life reviews Growing Up in Restaurants by James Pembroke. Get your copy today!

On Monday 1st July we celebrated the launch of A Rogues’ Gallery by Peter Lewis at Daunt Books, Marylebone High Street. It was a wonderful evening in one of London’s most beautiful bookshops. Our Chairman made a speech…

Tomorrow you will have the chance to read an extraordinary interview with Brian Sewell, by our Chairman Naim Attallah. Brian shares everything… He speaks about his mother, suicide, art and even the Siberian Tiger. Go to our Chairman’s blog for this one-off interview tomorrow. This Friday treat is not to be missed…

Our Chairman Naim Attallah interviewed Brian Sewell for Dialogues published in 2000. Quartet have since published his memoirs Outsider and Outsider II, Naked Emperors and a selection of his 2003 Orwell Prize-Winning essays.

A wonderful read for anyone remotely interested in our language and our literature

—The Oldie give a glowing review of  Life and Letters: The Spectator Columns by Allan Massie. Available now!

Nikesh Shukla, author of Coconut Unlimited works on a comic strip about ‘The Change’ with graphic novelist Hannah Berry. 

Today marks the 110th year of George Orwell’s birth and to celebrate we have published a selection of Brian Sewell’s 2003 Orwell Prize-Winning essays. Get the esays for your kindle now - only £2.99!

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