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Drink

Weak but stable, Theresa May is the opposite of a good claret

23 June 2018

9:00 AM

23 June 2018

9:00 AM

It is enough to make a man turn to drink. On a distinctly non-abstemious day, I was sitting in one of my favourite places on earth. It is not a great garden, merely a characteristically English one: roses, benign verdancy and the joyous sunshine of gentle summer. My dear friends have just finished restoring their late medieval house.

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