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APRIL 2024 PROSPECT

THE PROSPECT GRID Our monthly cut-out-and-keep guide to who falls where on the taste hierarchy

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Joe Biden has done a good job. But remember Ruth

Bader Ginsburg

Bill “The Activist” Ackman. Charming hedge fund manager and not at all big-headed or bullying

Trump is now selling gold trainers, $399 a pop. Well, he’s got mega-Maga legal fees a-Maga legal fees

D U D

Tucker Carlson in Moscow. A useful idiot. But we knew that

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Neil Oliver. Turbo-nonsense, even for GB News

Madame Web. Terrible film, amazing press tour

UPMARKET

We’re running out of royals—at least, in good health and not on the run

The Zone of Interest— a new way of showing the horrors of the

Holocaust

No vision? Labour junks its flagship green policy

Martha’s rule to be rolled out in

100 hospitals

Alexei Navalny and Yulia Navalnaya. Courage is contagious. But also deadly...

Edward Enninful.

No longer in Vogue. Alas

The Holdovers— too long, but gentle and absorbing

Valery Gergiev is reduced to conducting in Iran. How the mighty fall

Sora (video from text using AI). Terrifyingly good.

Kemi Badenoch. Tory party saviour?

Stick or twist?

Taylor Swift. Can’t believe she won the Superbowl

Gay marriage legalised in Greece. They’ve come a long way since Plato

Steve Wright. An icon in the afternoon—and the afterlife

B A N G E R

Trident. Doesn’t work. A bit like our aircraft carriers

Te a . With trouble brewing in the Red e a . a . With troub W t W th trou h troub wing in th ing ng n th n t

Sea, supplies are upppp running low

Turkey teeth. Now cheaper than the

NHS

The Body Shop. Business bath-bombed by venture capital ene

Joe Lycett can make even sewage interesting

Hedgehog sightings spike. Well, up

2 per cent

DOWNMARKET

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