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Justin Elderman writes on the politics of the civil service.
Why don’t ministers care about the politics of their civil servants?
Spoiled beaks and free thought at Eton
View from Oxford: Robert Beddard speaks from retirement
Contrasting works from a veteran master of invention and two newer faces who blur fact and fiction
It’s Christmas come early for Critic readers
With Reform UK and Alliance for Unity, five pro-union parties are lining-up to fight the SNP – and each other.
If Hitler’s planned invasion of Britain had succeeded he would have found accomplices as fanatical as those in Europe
Tim Abrahams asks whether the crisis will prompt builders to create the type of houses we need
Now that Depp has lost his libel case, it is now widely believed that his career is all but over
While questioning orthodoxies often has great value, it can also present dangers
This must not be read within 2 metres of another sketch, unless you are in a bubble with John Crace