The Spectator is one of the oldest English language magazines on the planet, established in London in 1828. Chances are if you’ve never read it, you’ve probably heard of it.
The Marine Biologist magazine, on the other hand, was only launched in 2013. With no disrespect to the good people there, chances are you’ve neither heard of it, read it or are aware of its very existence.
But earlier this week the Marine Biologist’s website published an eviscerating 2,500-word analysis of an April column that had appeared in The Spectator.