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Anthony O’Hear was a Director of the Royal Institute of Philosophy and editor of Philosophy for 25 years
Beyond the breaking glass of his public interventions, Sir Roger Scruton was a peerless intellectual
How on earth did the National Trust hire a non-historian to do an historian’s job?
The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the nightclub industry, but will the shifting landscape sow the seeds for an entirely new era of clubbing?
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about Winston Churchill’s career up to 1940
Ethiopia, the home of coffee, falls apart under the world’s muddled gaze while Portugal implements arbitrary Covid-19 restrictions on caffeine consumption
The showman spotted the rabbit hopping about backstage, but was forced to carry on with his trick
‘I can’t agree with Alistair Haimes that the arrival of vaccines should change how we feel about lockdowns’
Who should determine Britain is trading with a genocidal regime – international judges? British judges? Or the British government?
Once home to a nineteenth-century prison and London’s working classes, Gawain Towler explores the diverse architecture of Millbank
The Home Secretary ought to be up to the job
How has Italy’s Giuseppe Conte defied the odds and become a consequential political figure in his own right?