Fair Game

I shot Bambi’s mother

Philip Moss confesses to the ultimate crime: That’s right – he went to Countryfile Live

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Fair Game: Bath Guildhall Christmas Market

Philip Moss swaps leather for literature as his dream of becoming a bookseller comes true at the Bath Guildhall Christmas Market. This is without the doubt the most difficult column of the year to write. For the whole year, I

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Fair Game: A Royal Welcome

Philip Moss enjoys his first Royal Berkshire and has a promising start to the autumn circuit. I have recurring dream in which I am a stand-up comedian on the stage of a large theatre and I have forgotten my opening

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Fair Game: Better never than late

Philip Moss regrets booking late after two disastrous game fairs but the third time is a charm. Up there with ‘Never fight a war on two fronts’ and ‘Never parachute into an area you’ve recently bombed’ should be ‘Never book

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Still game for the fair?

Philip Moss journeys north for mud and cider at the Game Fair – but will he return next year?

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Fair Game: The Stand Delivers

After a last-minute relocation, Philip Moss sets up shop at the CLA Game Fair and finds that, for once, things start to go his way

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Fair Game: A touching appeal

Philip Moss bemoans the current proliferation of customers who come not to buy, nor even to browse, but to smear, damage and destroy every product they can find

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