Save our Murray from the zealots

Iain Murray under fire? Too late to voice support? I hope not.

Iain Murray under fire? Too late to voice support? I hope not.

A more faxed to friends, passed round the office, enjoyed over the lunch sandwich regular page can hardly have existed.

Apart from the positive effects of his inherent irreverence, he spreads the fame of your magazine far beyond the readership.

Chris Ludlow

Henrion Ludlow & Schmidt

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