Somebody drew my attention to an opinion piece in the latest Sunday Independent, criticizing the recent proposal to ban smoking in private cars. The author begins by mentioning Chesterton:
STUCK on holiday recently with nothing to read but a dusty copy of the collected articles of GK Chesterton, I was soon glad there was nothing more appealing to pass the time, or I would never have discovered what great company the crusty old Edwardian essayist and novelist was.
Crusty? Surely not!
The entire article can be found here. (At the time of writing, anyway; some newspapers' websites allow non-subscribers access to only the most recent articles.)