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David Rose writes for The Mail on Sunday. His book The World Beneath The World: Caves and Their Explorers will be published by Michael Joseph
Time to proclaim the greatness of Herman Wouk, once feted for the sweep of his historical novels
It’s impossible to hear Eliot’s meditations and not be reminded of our current national ordeal
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
The architects of the Belfast Agreement should honour its terms
What started as nostalgic escapism became much more
What happens if the Taliban gets it right?
Like the monasteries, the National Trust has long since strayed from its purpose. It’s time for reformation or dissolution
An exuberant return to the beleaguered lagoon city
To enter a Fantasy Football season is to be as one with Donald Rumsfeld prior to the Iraq War, but with less insight
No space for art: how the ICA has been using public generosity to promote political activism
Has Robert Peel been reincarnated as the Chief Constable for Manchester?