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As a pupil, Alexandra Wilson frequently encountered racially loaded assumptions. In court, clients assumed she was a defendant
Julie Bindel and Melanie Newman say women’s rights were not considered in legislation that allows trans people to effectively decide their own gender
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
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, has a year of lockdowns shown us that equality in the home is still a fantasy?
In his coverage of Northern Ireland in this memoir, Kevin Myers was unflinchingly critical of British ineptitude
The Integrated Review: goodbye Middle East; hello South China Sea; but still Russia first
While the authors of Francis Bacon’s latest biography deliver nothing new on the art, they do show how Bacon lived his life with a unique intensity
How has Italy’s Giuseppe Conte defied the odds and become a consequential political figure in his own right?
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about archival research and the importance of source material
Elgar works best when a conductor appears to do least
The Northern Research Group’s demands to the Chancellor