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Mind your language

There’s a lot of interrogating going on – and not just by policemen

23 February 2019

9:00 AM

23 February 2019

9:00 AM

My husband sat in his usual chair, interrogating the contents of his whisky glass with his old, tired nose. In 20 years’ time that sentence may seem normal. To me it seems at best whimsical, perhaps arch.

There’s a lot of interrogating at the moment, quite apart from the traditional kind by unpleasant policemen.

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