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Alexander Larman is an author and journalist. His latest book is Byron’s Women (Head of Zeus)
Rest assured that these types had it considerably worse than you, says Alexander Larman
Alexander Larman explains how pantomime went upmarket
Alexander Larman on Happiness and Tears: The Ken Dodd Story by Louis Barfe
An ISIS bride calls Christianity’s bluff
The drummer of the Rolling Stones — a man of rare class, wit and distinction — has died at the age of 80
If the EU is genuinely fearing for a “backdoor” into its single market, it should mind its own shaky external border protection
On the 50th anniversary of his death – what should we make of Nikita Khrushchev?
We need to stop celebrating men who do the bare minimum
The porn industry profits from human misery. Why should we allow it to continue unchecked?
Persuasion works: three new books by gender critical feminists have captured public attention in spite of publishers
Professor Jeremy Black speaks with Graham Stewart about the naval firepower, the RAF’s bombing offensive and the campaigns in Greece, Italy and Normandy
It is a strange world we live in when a musician’s personal politics leads to as much uproar as Winston Marshall’s case has
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the British army’s thirty year deployment in Northern Ireland during The Troubles