Even after a man is sentenced to death his case is not hopeless as long as Arthur Martin, a cherubic QC who never tears his hair, is available to defend him. To date he has argued courteously and successfully for the lives of twenty-five clientsBy MAX ROSENFELD22 min
Although dapper Anthony Eden, divorced and sick, is still the Tories’ acknowledged crown prince, a dark horse called Rab Butler, who loves books and lonely walks, is being hailed as Britain’s next prime ministerBy BEVERLEY BAXTER16 min
ONE NIGHT at supper I looked around at my family and said to my wife, “I have a surprise for you. How would you like to go to Bermuda?” “I’d love to,” my wife said. “I’ll start packing my dolls,” said Mary, my youngest. “How do we get the money?” my wife said.By Robert Thomas Allen Tells13 min
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