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Trans charity Global Butterflies seems harmless — but are they really cuckoos in the nest?
Architect John Outram fused high-tech and tradition to create his own unique style
‘Disorder’ argues convincingly that world history now hinges on the price of oil
Today’s jockeys are the best ever
Liberal Britain’s new blasphemy laws
British universities are ill-served by the Research Excellence Framework
You don’t have to be crazy to enjoy Wagner, but it helps
Campaign Diary: Expect extra chest-thumping on “Soviet Victory Day”
Does the West bear a share of the blame in bringing war to Ukraine?
Our enchanted, sometimes absurd, monarchy is one of the last focuses of common cultural experience
From the suppression of colonial documents, Caroline Elkins spins a tale of violence
The siege of Basing House encompasses all of England in microcosm