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Stuart Heritage


Stuart Heritage is a Writer at Large for AIR MAIL based in Kent, U.K.

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Diary Dearest Savage memoir by the wife of a well-connected, upper-class British M.P. puts Conservatives’ knickers in a twist

Disconcerting The BBC scraps the “Rule, Britannia!” lyrics from a beloved music program for fear of re-awakening the woke, then reverses its reverse

Unreal Estate Harry and Meghan buy their dream house: a crooked Russian oligarch’s 14,563-square-foot mansion in Montecito

Bad Blood and Big Money A trial in London shows bankers in the worst possible light

Whine and Cheese Does Finding Freedom really lay bare all the bitterness and infighting that drove Meghan and Harry to quit the royal family?

Depposition This libel trial continues to expose celebrity behavior more depraved than anything the tabloids could invent

Money Pit The sheikh who can’t remember how many villas and castles he owns

Cummings and Goings Boris Johnson’s top Brexit attack dog, Dominic Cummings, tries to explain why he broke lockdown—while infected—to frolic in the country

Office Affairs “Work from home” puts an end to Christmas-party high jinks and watercooler romances

The King’s Leech Prince Andrew reportedly watched a movie about his grandfather while having his feet rubbed by models; Harry and Meghan’s $18 million bolt-hole in Beverly Hills has a privacy breach

Damp Sponges Meghan and Harry couch surf in L.A. while Andy and Fergie are deadbeats in the Alps

No Privacy, Please Meghan puts her rift with her father on trial in a splashy court battle against the press

Head in the Clouds How Charlie Mackesy accidentally wrote a best-seller and became a social-media sensation in his 50s

“Nipper” Read In the 1960s, he took down the Kray twins, Swinging London’s most ruthless gangsters—and helped solve the Great Train Robbery

Beached Wales Harry and Meghan, having left Britain with a stopover in Canada, go house hunting in celebrityville, U.S.A.

Harry Hamilton The British soldier who claimed he got lost and liberated Paris by accident

Appearances Are (Still) Everything In this new work-from-home world, videoconferencing is king and your background contains multitudes

April 1, 2020

Davos Satyricon A new investigation reveals that the high-powered World Economic Forum is a sexist toga party in the Swiss Alps

Fiddling While Britain Burns Boris Johnson’s laissez-faire view of the pandemic defies the world—and science

Disroyal Subjects Harry and Meghan can’t get their Sussex Royal straight. Other Windsors are following in their missteps

Suicide Watch Caroline Flack, the engaging former host of Love Island, is the third person from the show to kill herself. Beneath the Botox and bikinis lie some dark secrets

Painting the Town (Rectory) Red The rise and fall of Farrow & Ball, paint purveyors to a vanishing upper class

What Fresh Hell Harry and Meghan’s week gets complicated as Dad steps into the picture and the Canadians act very un-Canadianly

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