Oliver Kamm is a chief columnist for the London Times. As a self-confessed reformed pedant he is the newspaper's unofficial expert on language and style, a subject he tackles in his long-running immensely popular weekly column "The Pedant." He writes two weekly columns: "The Pedant," on language; and a "Notebook" on economics, international affairs, and culture. He is a regular columnist for the Jewish Chronicle, and his writings have also appeared in The Guardian, The New York Times, the New Republic, Foreign Policy, the New Statesman, and many other publications. He lives in England.
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