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Feb 21, 1914 LUCK THE man we were talking to made no attempt to deny that it was most absurd that a law should be in force which could award (we do not, of course, prejudge the result of the appeal) £13,000 to a “common informer,” who had not informed anybody of anything they did […]

Thieving in England

The Leader-Post – Jul 27, 1948 Thieving in England by Robert Lynd I read a letter in “Time and Tide” the other day in which the correspondent spoke of the “single chained spoon” to be seen in some railway buffets nowadays. What a comment on civilization today it is that a spoon at a tea […]