Quentin Letts
October 2017
Daily Mail;10/9/2017, p30
IN SATURDAY'S extract from Quentin Letts' new book, he turned his gimlet eye on a new class of smug, condescending, finger-wagging people who never tire of telling us what to do and think. Today, he reveals the worst offender of them all …


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