Eleanor Doughty

Eleanor Doughty is a journalist and interviewer. She began her career in journalism at the Daily Telegraph, and specialises in writing about the moneyed and titled classes. Now freelance, her writing appears in the Financial Times, the Spectator, Country Life, The Times and Sunday Times, the Telegraph, and many other publications. When she is not writing, she can be found either on or near a horse. She is currently writing her first book, about the British aristocracy, for Penguin Random House.

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The rise of branded schools

The rise of branded schools

Leading British private schools have launched overseas outposts everywhere from Thailand to Dubai. But do these 'branded schools' retain…