Historian Simon Schama did not hold back on Twitter.
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Simon Schama has issued a blistering assessment of Theresa May’s ability to conduct Brexit negotiations by suggesting the
'Tone deafness as in the 1930s.'
Schama is not the only one to draw such comparisons. The head of a body representing Europe’s Jews told The Huffington Post
It is my hope that the boycott will be cut short and art permitted to flow free once more in Israel. Let's keep culture as our own 'magic place', where the horrors and difficulties of this world can be put to rest, just for an hour or so.
Journalist Rod Liddle, fresh from penning a column on the 'Great British Bake-Off' that drew praise from the EDL, appeared
Nigella Lawson has received belated support from an unlikely source, in Simon Schama. The TV historian and writer has told