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A.W.F. Edwards was Professor of Biometry at the University of Cambridge and is a life fellow of Gonville and Caius College.
How a panicking Cambridge institution obliterated the memory of one of its most famous sons
We could never have achieved the laudable aims of a “New Afghanistan”
Why make such efforts to avoid using the word “women”?
Duff Cooper understood wine’s power as ‘firm friend and wise councillor’
Celebrating the genius of Only Fools and Horses on its 40th anniversary
As the architect of austerity against culture and the arts, is the former Chancellor really the right man for the job?
Women’s rights are far more precarious than we have been led to believe
Like Peter Cook, he made being funny seem as natural as yawning
Love or loathe her, she’s never pretended to be anything other than a populist
How the multiple Mona Lisa copies, and their prices, testify to the longstanding fame of the painting and its mystique
The erosion of academic freedom at LSE has culminated in threats of physical violence