Posted Saturday, September 29, 2001

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Saturday, September 29, 2001

Edited by Sam Leith

Beyond reform

THE Reform Club's members voted in May to ban the Holocaust revisionist David Irving from their Pall Mall clubhouse. Curiously, however, the Reform's library has just added a copy of Irving's book about Churchill, Triumph in Adversity, to its collection.

"A member - who I don't want to name - offered to donate a hardback copy," says Lady Renouf, who was reprimanded after inviting Irving to dinner there 18 months ago. "His offer was formally accepted by the library committee last week."


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