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Mind your language

What does it mean to go ‘stir crazy’?

18 April 2020

9:00 AM

18 April 2020

9:00 AM

My husband left a copy of The Spectator open on the table by his chair, next to the little cardboard mat with a browning glass-ring on it where for most hours of the day he keeps his whisky glass. It was of course open at the letters page, where a kind-hearted reader expressed a most unwise readiness to hear more from him.

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