Best of the Weekend: Paris Apartment Untouched for 70 Years, the French Elite, Preparing Prince Charles for Power - Spear's Magazine

Best of the Weekend: Paris Apartment Untouched for 70 Years, the French Elite, Preparing Prince Charles for Power

We’ve trawled through the weekend papers and picked out the best bits so you don’t have to

Inside the Paris apartment untouched for 70 years: Treasure trove finally revealed after owner locked up and fled at outbreak of WWII, The Daily Mail

Caked in dust and full of turn-of-the century treasures, this Paris apartment is like going back in time.

The French elite: where it went wrong, FT (£)

France’s “énarques” weren’t trained to succeed in the world but in central Paris

 

Changing the old guard at the palace, The Sunday Times (£)

Subtle shifts within the royal family are preparing Charles for his role as king — but his past attempts to wield influence hint at trouble ahead

 

Table Talk: The Clove Club, London EC1, The Sunday Times (£)

If I had to collate the top 10 things I hate, No 1 would be lists. In fact, they’d all be lists, and of all the loathsome lists, the list I loathe most is the food list.

 

How Mail On Sunday 'printed' first plastic gun in UK using a 3D printer- and then took it on board Eurostar without being stopped in security scandal

Weapon capable of firing a live round smuggled on to packed Eurostar

 

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