Sometimes I feel uneasy, even unclean, reading the Daily Telegraph, since everyone connected with it is clearly mad and preposterously right-wing and unfeasibly old. (Old in attitude, if not years; It's disturbing to think that someone like Simon Heffer is younger than Morrissey.)
But they do have some excellent writers. Here is (the presumably pseudonymous) Dot Wordsworth, on grammar.
"A repulsive piece of grammar is like a mangled frog left by the cat in the middle of the kitchen lino. It is not necessarily ill-intentioned, but the repellent effect increases according to the frequency of the offence."
And I'm like, woah, that's good writing, izzit?