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The origins of "the Establishment": an etymological intrigue
- 07 February 12:51
Was the term really coined by the Spectator in 1955?
Stripclubs and castrating feminists: Martin Amis and Julian Barnes go undercover
- 05 February 05:19
A note from the archive.
Auntie gets it wrong
- 02 April 01:00
A pioneering use of technology by the BBC seems to have bitten the dust
From the magazine
While the Tories claim that growth is back, Ed Miliband will seize the Inequality Moment
Writing the strike: poetry from the 1980s miners’ picket lines
Mother tongue: new poetry by Jen Hadfield and John Burnside
Hippies to yuppies: the Brits Who Built the Modern World
Empty nests: the disappearance of the British “average neighbourhood”
An unusual British love affair: Jumbo, the first celebrity elephant
How Scotland got crafty with beer and fooled the English with gin
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