Bagehot: February 1826 – 24 March 1877) was a British journalist, businessman, and essayist, who wrote extensively about government, economics, and literature.
Boujis: Trendy London nightclub, known as a favorite of Prince Harry. In 2015 it was shut down for a few weekend due to fights breaking out in the club, and as of April, 2016 it is now a members-only club to avoid the frequent brawls.
Prince Harry and Chelsy Davy Leaving Boujis
Communications Advisor: A special adviser works in a supporting role to the British government. With media, political or policy expertise, their duty is to assist and advise government ministers. They are often referred to as "SPAD"s (special political advisors). Being a special advisor has become a frequent career stage for young politicians, before being elected Members of Parliament, which has attracted criticism in recent years.
Despatch Box: is a wooden box used as a lectern from which frontbench members of Parliament deliver speeches to their parliamentary chamber. Originally, despatch boxes were for members to carry bills into the chamber. Now, the House of Commons keeps a pair of ornate wooden despatch boxes—one on the Government Side and the other on the Opposition side. Ministers and shadow ministers deliver speeches at their side's boxes.
Hewlitt: Princess Diana's former body guard, rumored to be Harry's father because they look so similar. For more on this, see "Camilla, Charles, and Diana" in "Royal Families."
New Cross: a district and ward of south London in the London Borough of Lewisham, England.
Doner: Döner kebab is a type of Turkish kebab, made of meat cooked on a vertical rotisserie.
Similar dishes cooked on a vertical rotisserie are the Arab shawarma, Greek gyros, and Mexican Al pastor.
No 10 Downing Street: The Residence and Office of the Prime Minister. The name of the building is somewhat synonymous with the Prime Minister him/herself.
Sun on Sunday: A Tabloid Paper. https://www.thesun.co.uk/
Primark: A store full of cheap, trendy clothes kind of like Walmart. It's a chain that's super popular.
Underbutler: The butler is the most senior worker in a household, usually in charge of running the rest of the staff. The Underbutler is the butler's deputy, who will fill in as butler if the butler himself is sick or absent.
Wagamama: Wagamama, a British-headquartered restaurant chain, serving Asian food inspired by the flavors of Japan. It's sort of a fast-casual restaurant where you build your own bowls of Asian-inspired food. It's one of the only restaurants open late in some places in the UK and is a favorite for drunk people.
William the Fourth, Precedent of: William IV took the throne when he was 64, and had a short and uneventful reign due to his age. He was stuck between two extreme sides of government, and never pleased either one by trying to play the middle.