4 JUNE 1971, page 24

Tony Palmer

Time Out, pretentiously describing itself as The Living Guide to London, is a semi- glossy. It only seems like yesterday that it began as a single sheet of roneoed informa- tion......

Sir: In Diverting Sequence From A Spectator Letter (22 May)

by an old friend, J. H. Bell, I get one from another old (mutual) friend , setting forth an opposite view, viz. anti-Common Market. We have. all three, good Oxbridge degrees.......

Adrift With Mourning Clouds

Sir: Whoever wrote Edward Heath's speech to the Conservative Women (a captive audience, if anyone ever had one—albeit more conned than served) doubtless un- wittingly 'drew two......

Letters To The Editor

From Joanna M. Lyeett, B. A. Young, Robert M. Zakovitch, Patrick Cosgrave, Peter Fiddick, Kenneth Williams, Nicolas Freeling and others. The Nation's will Sir: Sincerity and......

Sir: In 'the Spectator's Notebook' (29 May) You Compare The

im- portance of Common Market legi- slation with the relatively trivial abolition of retail price mainten- ance. Does the latter, however, which was forced through by Mr Heath......