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Changing personnel is easier than changing things, finds Dominic Cummings
LA may not be the place for true socialist privacy
Patrick O’Flynn and David Scullion discuss where British fishing stands post-Brexit
Donald Trump should write a novel to at least give him the chance to deliver a bit of payback for this release by Hillary Clinton
The first episode of The Critic Books Podcast: in conversation with J. R. Thorp.
Ecclesiastical textiles, Regency architecture and relief carvings: welcome to The Critic’s new address
Bernard Haitink, who died last month, was a conducting master
Will the law protect owners of high-rise flats from happy-snapping tourists?
Human Frontiers is an entertaining, zippy read but it feels one layer down from its ostensible subject: big ideas
Real progress will require more than BBC telling its audience about cultural appropriation in a Brummie accent
By “othering” officers like Wayne Couzens, the Met absolves itself of all culpability and responsibility
The Larghetto’s organic optimism transcends present woes and looks to bright eternity
If the police won’t curb their officers’ active politicking, politicians may have to