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Joseph Bullmore


Joseph Bullmore is a Writer at Large for AIR MAIL. Bullmore, who lives in London, is also the editor of Gentleman’s Journal.

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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?

The Reign in Spain Goes Mainly Down the Drain

O Brother, Where Art Thou?

A $60 million wedding, and then a big family dustup

Barclay v. Barclay

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

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