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Diary

Enoch Powell wasn’t racist – he just craved attention

28 April 2018

9:00 AM

28 April 2018

9:00 AM

Dining in splendour beneath Van Dycks as we forked in the delicious venison, it was hard not to agree with my neighbour that we were in illustrious company and in one of the most beautiful rooms in England. Our hosts had, however, as we agreed, been bold in the choice of multinational guests, many of whom had never met one another.

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