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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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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

Days of Whine and Rosés Harry and Meghan have landed the American Dream. But they just can’t stop complaining about it

Fifty Shades of Desperation Will there be ravishing, bodice ripping, and throbbing members in Sarah Ferguson’s new romance novel?

Tintin and the Money Rejected cover artwork by Hergé sells for a record-breaking $3.9 million, but the real drama is still unfolding

Woke Awards Who will make Harry and Meghan’s honors list, the Sussexes’ alternative to the Palace’s annual tradition?

The Duke of Substance Prince Harry offers a cure for climate change from his nine-bedroom mansion, in California

Battle of the Sexists Arguments over free speech dominate at Eton and Cambridge

Three-Ways, U.K.-Style It’s Netflix/Palace vs. No. 10 for this week’s biggest ratings

Was Diana Duped? Earl Spencer accuses the BBC of swindling his sister out of secrets in her infamous interview

Depp Goes Down Swinging Once Hollywood’s fêted heartthrob, Johnny Depp may never work again after this week’s High Court verdict in the U.K.

The Idiot Box Keeping Up with the Sussexes—a first look at Meghan and Harry’s Netflix reality-show script

Suits Yourself A British court keeps rejecting Meghan’s pre-trial arguments in a privacy case that could cost her more than $2.3 million

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