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Clive Aslet is an architectural historian, journalist, novelist and lecturer.
Can London adapt to different work practices and living priorities after Covid-19 recedes?
Sir Roger Scruton and the architectural establishment
Criticism is a valuable art but it should never end up as a tool for bullying
The Black Lives Matter movement’s ideology is at odds with much of what the Anglican church holds dear
How can theatres come out of this, asks Alexander Larman
HS2 represents the guilt of successive central governments about the centralisation they are incapable of correcting
Jeremy Black explains how free speech is being undermined at Exeter University
Richard Griffiths reviews Failed Führers, by Graham Macklin