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Is Europe losing its interesting edges as temperatures climb year by year?
Despite everything we thought we knew, Nero may just possibly be regarded as a half-decent emperor
There’s more to feminism than how many women are on the FTSE100 — Mary Ann Sieghart’s new book does a disservice to working-class women
Consultations on statue removal have blatantly ignored public opinion
How did a violent male manage to sneak into a female space?
Norman Lebrecht gifts five stars for this “astonishing” revival of work from the late, great film composer, Nino Rota
This meticulous account gives Frederick Chatterton a deserved and belated spotlight
The Church of England has plans, and the clergy aren’t happy. David Scullion discusses with Alison Milbank and Marcus Walker
Monument vandalism is a cover for an all-out assault on the country itself
Unfettered praise of Virginia Woolf as a “liberated writer” has paved the way for an inexplicably popular type of bad writing