Harry Mount

‘The pure pleasure of annoying people’ – Peregrine Worsthorne at 90

The great contrarian on 'fascist voices' around Thatcher, the fate of the public schools, and why he swore on TV

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Harry Mount

Harry Mount is editor of The Oldie and author of How England Made the English (Penguin) and Et Tu, Brute? The Best Latin Lines Ever (Bloomsbury)

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