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On his attendance at the Protected content Drinks Reception, The Spectator’s Chairman Andrew Neil said: “I was pleased recently to be able to speak to London based Protected content and impressed by the spirit of those who attended and the debate that followed. As Chairman of The Spectator and its sister titles Apollo and Spectator Business, spirit and debate is what our magazines are all about and I am delighted that we can now offer all Protected content discounted subscriptions to enjoy the best written magazines in the English language. Protected content The Spectator seem natural bedfellows and I hope that we can forge real community and debate together.”

We are happy to bring you some special subscription offers from The Spectator and Apollo, the world-renowned art magazine, so you can enjoy some of the finest writing for a great price. And now, as an added subscriber benefit you can also read The Spectator on your iPad or iPhone for free.

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First published in Protected content , The Spectator is the oldest continuously published English magazine in the world. The Spectator traces its origins to the coffee houses of 18th Century London, the gathering places of the reformist and libertarian classes, and quickly gained a following across the world.

Former editors have included, two British Chancellors of the Exchequer and the current London Mayor, making The Spectator one of the most influential weekly titles, and a must read for all CEO's, corporate executives, politicians and cultural leaders. Therefore, I am delighted that Protected content The Spectator have agreed an alliance which will allow the mingling of both clubs via shared content and events. I am confident you will enjoy its witty and intelligent style.

I look forward to meeting you all after the Summer holidays.

Best wishes,

Rakesh

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