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J. S. Barnes is the Author of Dracula’s Child (Titan) and can be found on twitter at: @jbarneswriter .
A prize-winning old fraud
Do historians and biographers have a moral right to be shown classified documents?
Jeremy Black delves into a history book which disappoints and a biography not to be missed
On the bicentenary of his death, Napoleon Bonaparte remains a curiously stubborn rampart of cultural history in France and beyond
The internet democratised speech but with the new Online Safety Bill, politicians and the media are trying to put the genie back in the bottle
The Unbroken Thread is an engaging and entertaining read — but it feels like a project that’s only just beginning
The psychology of political incompetence is brought out well in Niall Ferguson’s Doom
Brits might not like to admit it, but the US can-do attitude is what we need to recover from Covid
The wasp may be hated, but you’d be amazed by its intelligence
Nick Cohen reveals how this book, along with hundreds of political writers like him, ducks the reality of working class life
Tuesday’s Queen’s Speech to parliament confirmed that the government is yet to decide where it stands on freedom of speech