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Serenhedd James is an historian based at Oxford, and a regular columnist for the Church Times.
Serenhedd James finds folly and ruin frequently go together in Rory Fraser’s new release: Follies
The Archbishops don’t realise the significance of the church building
What theory of geopolitics does the Integrated Review serve?
Spare us the sentimental tosh about working-class sport, tradition and community
When it comes to how to live a meaningful life, the late left-wing poet Stephen Spender and Jordan Peterson exhibit a surprising amount in common
blames the tutors for the darlings’ home- schooling problems
The Falkland Islands bids farewell to the RSS James Clark Ross and a Marylebone gallery hosts a virtual exhibition of Antarctic photographs
Dominic Hilton offends the fumigation guy and witnesses the death of a former President
The roar of the mower is a sign of life, says Hephzibah Anderson
The reformed Royal family sailed unscathed through the mid-century crises of the abdication, the Depression and the Second World War
The truth about woke witchhunts is that there is no ethic of forgiveness in this religion