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John Maier is a writer living in London. In 2019, he was named BBC Student Critic of the Year
Peter Burke’s new book helpfully provokes the reader to think about the proper place of a broad education in an age unfriendly to polymathy
London’s orchestral rat-race will have fewer runners when musical life returns, says Norman Lebrecht
The news is Good and should be celebrated
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about Winston Churchill’s career up to 1940
In the third instalment of his diary, Dominic watches a man doing ballet on top of the British Ambassador’s Residence, and deals with his rude neighbour
With Reform UK and Alliance for Unity, five pro-union parties are lining-up to fight the SNP – and each other.
Zeinab Badawi’s ‘The History of Africa’ (BBC World News)
Josephine Bartosch says that far from facilitating an enriching meeting of minds, the online world is producing a dystopian world that is breaking us apart
When will the government tackle its own deniers of Jihadi terrorism?
This scholarly, readable and objective book will be the standard biography of Sir Edward Grey for decades to come
Nigel Jones proposes a list of six steps that the government could easily enact to conserve our liberty