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Stuart Heritage


Stuart Heritage is a Writer at Large for AIR MAIL based in Kent, U.K. He also writes for The Guardian. Heritage is the author of the family memoir Don’t Be a Dick, Pete and the children’s books Bedtime Stories for Worried Liberals and Jonathan the Magic Pony.

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Botany of a Murder England may be a nation of gardeners, but in the picturesque coastal town of Poole, trees have been dying under mysterious circumstances

Crown of Thorns A new book reveals the identity of the royal whom Meghan and Harry called out in their Oprah interview. Hint: he’s next in line to the throne

Teflon John(son) Can an all-time career low get Boris Johnson down?

Basil Fawlty Meets His Match Once enjoyed by Winston Churchill, and admired by Hitler, the Grand Hotel may be Britain’s worst lodging

No Time to Di The filmed Broadway show Diana: The Musical is now streaming on Netflix and it’s so bad … it’s worse than Cats

Once upon a Time in Wrexham Actors Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney buy a Welsh football club because … why not?

Charity Case Scotland Yard is assessing the latest set of cash-for-honors allegations against Prince Charles

Pay-Per-View Prince Yet another scandal rocks the British monarchy as Prince Charles’s closest aide is accused of trading knighthoods for charitable donations

He Said, She Said The socialite who shot a police officer in Belize is out of jail and under siege

Stone-Cold Liar Why did a respected British M.P. stage his own death? Two new biographies seek to offer an answer

The OMGs of GB News Start-up hiccups plague a new U.K. news start-up, causing no end of watchable mishaps

The Bench Strikes a Bum Note Meghan Markle’s new book lacks a good story and basic rhythm. But, hey, it’s still a best-seller!

Pippa Latour de Force She tricked Nazis into spilling their secrets by posing as a chatty teenage soap saleswoman and just celebrated her 100th birthday

A Shot in the Dark How did the partner of a British billionaire’s son end up being held on charges of manslaughter in a prison infested with scorpions, tarantulas, and cockroaches?

From Russia Without Love Stolen passports, armor-plated cars, and a possible $8 billion payout. Haven’t these oligarchs ever heard of a pre-nup?

The Dirty Dozen How the hubris of Europe’s biggest soccer clubs sparked riots and compelled Prince William to tweet

From 10 to Zero in 60 Seconds No commemorative libraries. No seven-figure book deals. Why being the ex-leader of the U.K. is hard work with few perks

Oops! He Did It Again The former British prime minister who triggered Brexit is back for a second act. But no one is clapping

The Princess Trap A new inquiry reveals how, long before Meghan bared all to Oprah, Diana was lured into her unsettling BBC interview with deception and forgery

Big Fish, Little Pond Why Scottish politics suddenly looks like a trashy episode of daytime television

Meet the Markles Among other things, Oprah’s interview with Harry and Meghan reveals just how bad the Palace is at handling P.R.

March 8, 2021

Is Meghan More Bully than Bullied? A “very concerned” Palace and “humiliated” staff surely aren’t the pre-Oprah headlines Mr. and Mrs. Markle expected

Undercover Boss Who pulls the strings at 10 Downing Street? Hint: it may not be Boris

Euston, We Have a Problem Who said saving the world had to be drab? A new generation of posh protesters are fighting an overpriced train service between mouthfuls of artisanal cheese