September 24, 2015
Harry Mount
Lutyens’s pick ’n’ mix Church architecture in the early 20th century threw away the rulebook and drew from a mishmash of sources St Jude’s, Hampstead Garden Suburb And so, after 1,000 years, we come to the end of our whistlestop guide to British churches. Funnily enough, St Jude’s, Hampstead Garden Suburb – built by the
September 24, 2015
Mary Kenny
It is a source of great fascination to me that almost every value that was commonly upheld in my youth has been overturned – and many values once deplored are now upheld. (David Frost was considered an absolute shocker for mentioning the word “contraception” in a television broadcast in the 1960s, as a new biography
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