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Bruce Coleman is a former head of the Department of History, University of Exeter
Bruce Coleman finds that this book on the West India Interest is more polemical than historical
The prime minister always says “come on, let’s go” – jist when he orta say nix!
Money doesn’t spend itself, Chancellors spend money
The George Formby Society attempts a ukulele world record, online
In the wake of renewed controversy over Philip Roth’s treatment of women, Nigel Jones asks whether there is a link between creative genius and sexual unorthodoxy
Over the course of two excoriating hours during the Oprah interview, The Firm found itself accused of racism, snobbery and emotional retardation
How the way we manufactured glass changed the world of alcohol
From trans rights to its independence strategy, a bitter war divides one of the most popular parties in Europe
The Story of Scottish Art is not a scholarly work of art history; it gives an easy-to-read account of artists’ lives with a faintly awestruck tone
Who deserves to live in ignominy and who deserves a path back?
The EU is now demanding that it has an ambassador of equal standing to any nation state. So is the EU a state after all?