Fancy working in a school that can't afford a regular copy of this august Tory magazine (best-known for tabloid-style shenanigans involving its tousled former editor Boris Johnson, publisher Kimberley Quinn and one David Blunkett).
But help is at hand. "The Spectator for Schools scheme offers free magazines... for schools and colleges." A crisp pound;50 covers pp for two schools for a year, apparently, while the jolly old Speccy generously subsidises the production cost.
And of course, there's no commercial benefit whatever from introducing your magazine to a new audience of potential young readers. Isn't altruism wonderful?