I Could Go On...: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph (Hardback)
  • I Could Go On...: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph (Hardback)

I Could Go On...: Unpublished Letters to the Daily Telegraph (Hardback)

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Hardback Published: 25/10/2010
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Sir -I understand that the death of (sic) "Lee" Alexander McQueen could be seen as a major event in the shallow world of fashion. However, to allow your Hilary Alexander free rein to express such an amount of emotion over a chap who simply designed a few frocks is, as modern speech has it, simply "OTT". Sir - I have said this before, and I say it again; the BBC has got to stop its PC assault on the game of men's rugby by using so many rugby-ignorant female commentators. We talk beef, not salad dressing. What else will the Telegraph's indefatigable, outraged, and above all very funny letter-writers fail to get the Letters Page to take seriously in 2010 - with the result that we have to collect their memorable missives in another book? Already there are enough fulminations on Chris Evans replacing Terry Wogan to fill an entire chapter. Gordon Brown's temper? Bankers' bonuses? E-books? The state of Ashley and Cheryl Cole's marriage? One thing is for sure: the result will be the only review of the year you really need, a book to make Victor Meldrew look as pure as driven snow, and a handsome little volume to sell once again in its tens of thousands.

Publisher: Aurum Press Ltd
ISBN: 9781845135980

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