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Joseph Bullmore


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Carrie Takes the Lion’s Share? Boris Johnson’s fiancée leaves politics to work at a zoo

Princess Academy How a Welsh school dubbed “Hippie Hogwarts” became the popular choice for European royalty and Russian oligarchs

Howard’s End Once the master of the castle used in the filming of Bridgerton and Brideshead Revisited, Simon Howard now faces vast troubles, including child-sex-offense charges

Downton Drabby In a new podcast, the Duchess of Rutland confirms there’s more to being aristocratic than shooting weekends and idle gossip

Angry White Males Savage infighting goes public at one of London’s most exclusive private clubs

Putin on the Ritz! Opposition leader Alexei Navalny risks prison—or worse—to give a house tour of the Russian president’s secret pleasure palace

Boiling Point Gordon Ramsay’s family meltdown makes Hell’s Kitchen look like paradise

Divorce, Oligarch-Style The ex-wife of an oil-and-gas baron goes to the mattresses to get hold of her $600 million settlement

A Tech Tycoon’s Prison Tweets Anti-virus-software guru John McAfee awaits extradition to the U.S.

What Lies Beneath … A town house collapses in Chelsea as the underground lairs of some of London’s wealthiest residents may be cracking under the pressure

The King’s Gambit Is Spain’s exiled monarch, Juan Carlos, running out of moves?

Sex Education Two elite British universities—including Prince William’s alma mater—unravel amid horrific accusations of assault on campus

It’s Just Not Cricket The world’s snootiest sporting club is being rocked by revolt from within

Bunga Bunga Is Back, Baby! Nearing his mid-80s, former Italian P.M. and infamous womanizer Silvio Berlusconi is poised for a comeback (he also just tested positive for the coronavirus)

Red Bulls**t In Thailand, can a new generation of the young, rich, and powerful get away with murder?

O Brother, Where Art Thou? A $60 million wedding, and then a big family dustup

Old School, New Tricks Eton opens its doors to the children of N.H.S. workers, finally giving the posh English boarding school a class worth bragging about

Varsity Blues Inside the annus horribilis of Christ Church—Oxford’s grandest (and most scandalous) college

Barclay v. Barclay In which the scions of a secretive British billionaire are accused of conspiring against his identical twin brother

Escape Artist Inigo Philbrick is a Ponzi-scheming gallerist who got in over his head. Now he’s gone missing—with a pack of furious collectors on his trail

The Playing Fields of Money The Swiss school that charges around $130,000 a year to raise the future global elite

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