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Philip Pullman is right about the Oxford comma

1 February 2020

9:00 AM

1 February 2020

9:00 AM

It was with regret that I read that Albert, retired King of the Belgians, has finally had to admit, following litigation and then a DNA test, that an artist called Delphine Boël is his natural daughter. It is not that I wish to take sides in the dispute; it is simply that there is a soft spot in my heart for Albert, King of the Belgians.

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