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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?
Out with the old, in with the new: Michael Prodger on art collection trends
The row over sending great British bangers to Bangor illustrates a dismal lack of gastronomic culture
Fund managers are torn between maximising clients’ savings and saving the Earth
If anyone is going to be over-cautious about vaccines, it’s pregnant women
Social Work England are making people choose between their jobs and what they know to be true
The generation of idiosyncratic proprietors who changed the face of the British book industry
The Guardian would prefer it if women kept their mouths shut
Professor Jeremy Black offers Graham Stewart a crash course in the history of war
Don Everly’s death officially marks the day the music died
The government needs to fix what the courts have done to the Union