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A mutated, modern anti-Semitism is all around us, especially among the liberals who ask why we keep going on about it
There is a ban on comedy flyering in Leicester Square.
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The Savoy Grill is a famous restaurant in a famous hotel and it knows it.
It is an old London fairytale that there are no good restaurants in Hampstead.
Rules is the restaurant where Edward VII ate himself to death and, in a way, it looks like him.
The misogynist mayor of an Italian town has his sights set on the wrong target
Who on earth wants to know about the leaders' children, pets, kitchens and favourite biscuits?
Tanya Gold asks Sir Ben Kingsley about his upbringing, his new film, and drawing a line between reality and acting
Can anyone name Tony Soprano’s horse?