CUTE, a new exhibition at Somerset House is a deliciously unsettling stroll down the uncanny valley

A new ruling offers hope for an end to preposterous rulings over “malicious communications”

Dune: Part Two is in cinemas — and it’s more of the glorious same

Another brick in the “public health” fortress of unreality

We deserve more transparency when it comes to who and what influences British immigration policy

The UK has an established religion alright — the worship of the self

British politicians are allowing unnecessary laws to ruin civil society

Valid criticism of beliefs and behaviour should not be equated with hateful bigotry

Keir Starmer and Rishi Sunak exchanged sloppy blows as Lee Anderson found a warm welcome in the stands

Students denounced, lecturers cowed and managers with little interest in truth

It all goes wrong when arts departments start imitating research universities

Nicholas Clairmont has avidly viewed more than 750 episodes of the comedy about the residents of Springfield — but won’t be watching any more

The “Great English Ghost Story” offers a form of comfort and is rooted in the ache of nostalgia for a more elegant era

Lionised by the Left, the Chilean president refused to moderate his Marxist aims in the face of economic chaos

Once the default denomination of tycoons and the WASP elite, America’s Episcopal Church is struggling

We are fortunate that the UAE still wishes to invest in so unstable a country

Rishi is helping our neighbour, Big Jeremy, with his sums

So many people have built their professional lives around gender insanity

More students have been worse. Some became dons — they have been worse too

A review of The Goodness Paradox: The Strange Relationship Between Virtue and Violence in Human Evolution by Richard Wrangham

A new book satirises the bizarre dynamics of social justice activism

It is no longer possible to reflect upon Israeli culture as if the “Question of Palestine” could be brushed aside

More direct democracy could be Europe’s only means of restoring political legitimacy

Farber’s casting and concept feels assured

Radio 3 maintains its course towards self-destruction

A rich tale of great artists, pornography and the papacy has made I Modi one of the most fabled of all books

Sequel podcasts are emerging with the inevitability of sprouts from an old potato

Auction house practices may be distorting the picture

It’s time for a change of attitude to wild British venison

For February, try a palette cleanse

A quietly brilliant Chelsea staple where the food practically tap dances off the fork