‘High art’ and politicians

1st June 2011 | Daily Life, Musings | 0 comments

On Monday, Mark Lawson wrote in the Guardian about how politicians are averse to being associated with ‘high art’ because they don’t wish to be seen as ‘élitist’. In today’s paper there are several letters in reply, one of them from me.

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