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LRB: The Purpose of Judicial Review
Was the case against Sir Edgar Speyer without legal basis?

TLS calls for recognition for Sir Edgar Speyer at this year's Proms
Mark Bostridge reviews the 'compelling story' of Sir Edgar Speyer

Antony Lentin on BBC Radio London

Jeffrey Lewis interviewed by Kirkus Reviews
Lewis speaks about the inspiration behind his 'succinct gem of literary fiction' THE INQUISITOR'S DIARY


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Banker, Traitor, Scapegoat, Spy? in the Times Education Supplement

Banker, Traitor, Scapegoat, Spy? in the Times Education Supplement
Stephen Halliday writes about this forgotten tragedy of the First World War

'Antony Lentin has written a well-researched, compelling and balanced account of a remarkable life and explains clearly how a widely admired publ...

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Samar Yazbek in the Guardian

Samar Yazbek in the Guardian
'The Syrian Revolution Has Changed Me' - PEN/Pinter award winning author writes of the ongoing struggle in Syria

'...a picture taken by an activist from Ruqqah caught my attention. It showed a group of children who had fled to Aleppo. There were six of them,...

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The Colonel nominated for 2013 Best Translated Book Award

The Colonel nominated for 2013 Best Translated Book Award

Haus title The Colonel, by Mahmoud Dowlatabadi, is among one of ten finalists, from eight different countries, in the running for the 2013 a...

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Arabia Books Library Giveaway

Arabia Books Library Giveaway
In collaboration with The Reading Agency, sets of every book ever published by Arabia Books will be donated to public libraries

To celebrate its fifth anniversary, Arabia Books, in collaboration with The Reading Agency, is offering sets of the 26 books they have published ...

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Sunday Times Review of Banker, Traitor, Scapegoat, Spy?

Sunday Times Review of Banker, Traitor, Scapegoat, Spy?
W Sydney Robinson reviews Antony Lentin's new book on the troublesome case of Sir Edgar Speyer

'In the charmed world of Britain's 'belle epoque' before 1914, the merchant-banker Sir Edgar Speyer strutted like a turkey-cock. Cultivated and w...

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