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The Spectator Christmas Carol Service, in pictures | 22 December 2016

The Spectator hosted its annual carol concert at St Bride’s Church on Fleet Street, earlier this month. Fraser Nelson, James Forsyth, Rod Liddle and Low Life columnist, Jeremy Clarke, were among those who gave readings at the event, which was held in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support. As well as getting the chance to mingle with familiar faces from the magazine, Spectator readers were also treated to mince pies and mulled wine after the service. Here is a selection of photos from the event:

St Bride’s Church; Amy Scaife Photography

St Bride’s Church; Amy Scaife Photography

Spectator editor, Fraser Nelson. Amy Scaife Photography

Spectator editor, Fraser Nelson (Amy Scaife Photography)


The Spectator's Mary Wakefield, Rod Liddle and Douglas Murray (Amy Scaife Photography)

The Spectator’s James Forsyth, Mary Wakefield, Rod Liddle and Douglas Murray (Amy Scaife Photography)


Rod Liddle (Amy Scaife Photography)

Rod Liddle (Amy Scaife Photography)


Amy Scaife Photography

(Amy Scaife Photography)

 

The Spectator's political editor James Forsyth (Amy Scaife Photography)

The Spectator’s political editor James Forsyth (Amy Scaife Photography)

Low Life's Jeremy Clarke (Amy Scaife Photography)

Low Life’s Jeremy Clarke (Amy Scaife Photography)

(Amy Scaife Photography)

(Amy Scaife Photography)


(Amy Scaife Photography)

(Amy Scaife Photography)


(Amy Scaife Photography)

(Amy Scaife Photography)

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