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"He's happier than he's been for many years," a source told the Sunday Express and Daily Star.
I suppose it could be intellectually justified, but none the less it was condescending, and I felt afterwards like an Oxbridge graduate who had just arrived and was declaring everyone shirkers. I think anything to do with academic reputation or religion is the worst thing for me.
I once went to cover the pilgrimage at Walsingham and referred to the image of the Virgin Mary as a bobbing doll – it was on the front page of The Times, and the Anglo-Catholics were furious.
I think my biggest cock-up, though, was when I first joined The Times and discovered that the site of Edward II's Rose Palace had been found on the banks of the Thames.
It was a world exclusive, but I needed to find out more about Edward II – all I knew about him was that he had a catamite, Piers Gaveston, and that he was murdered in a castle.