“Has the internet killed the Loch Ness monster?”
Number 941 is on the front of today’s Guardian (pictured):
Was 1963 the start of modern life?
Thanks to Patrick Hennessy.
Number 942 was asked by the Daily Mail:
Maggie: The masterpiece. Is this the greatest political biography ever?
What Craig Brown says in his review is “this is one of the greatest political biographies ever written”.
It’s not even the greatest biography of Margaret Thatcher. John Campbell’s doesn’t have the correspondence with Muriel, but is better on the life and times.
Thanks to Graham.
Number 943 was asked by Graham Bett:
Is John Rentoul’s QTWTAIN meme used and understood by a small but highly influential group of elites?
This was a reference to a post by Ben Ullmann:
Something quite marvellous about @JohnRentoul’s #QTWTAIN meme. Used and understood by a small but highly influential group of elites.
Questions To Which The Answer Is No: download the e-book for just £6.14.Tagged in: headline, qtwtain
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