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Republican minded

First Colin Amery, now Gavin Stamp. In a lengthy treatise on the 'undermining' of the Prince's Institute, in a Spectator article last week, the adopted Glaswegian reaches this salutary conclusion: 'I cannot say it has all been enough to make me a modernist, but one does begin to see the point of republicanism.' Stamp seems particularly well-informed about recent machinations and current personalities at the Institute, thanks to this column (uncredited, of course), and to the Nooks and ...

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