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Johnny Leavesley is attempting to become a business tycoon from the Midlands.
There are times, even in our dressed-down age, when clothes maketh the deal
The story of a man who once held his hand to the Olympic fire
It seems cancel culture is starting to lose its power
Reading Doom might not save us, but it leaves us with a better appreciation of the complex politics of catastrophe
How successfully did Britain’s armed forces adapt to the reality of the First World War?
A once iconic sport is in retreat across the Western World
Norman Lebrecht on how Marion von Weber was both interesting and important to Mahler’s emergence
Boris Yeltsin’s path to the end of the Soviet Union, and the dawn of a new Russia that led, unerringly, to the despotic power we see today
Dominic Hilton meets a nun on national day and tries an Argentine MRI
LNER – the railway that is too LGBTQI+ inclusive for “ladies and gentlemen”
Clandon Park remains a shell after it was gutted by fire six years ago. Now the National Trust is telling a one-sided story about its past