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Will unionists or nationalists succeed in beating the Scottish system?
Paul Hindemith’s music is extremely well-made, intelligent, civilised, and moderately witty — so why has it all but vanished?
For his eighth novel, Anthony Quinn continues his noble tradition of producing a thumping good read
From psychological character studies to witty and fast-paced detective novels, Jeremy Black rounds up the best crime fiction for late Spring
Column inches, not mayoral success, is the real victory of Laurence Fox’s political campaign
Slaves and sources
Steve Morris celebrates the great British institution of the greasy spoon ‘caff’ and predicts that it will thrive again in a post-Covid world
Blake Bailey has become the latest figure to allegedly fall foul of the uncompromising moral standards of American publishing
How did an undercover sting catch out an epidemiologist promoting conspiracy theories about the Syrian regime?
Beyond the embellishments of Alan Duncan’s private diaries lies a body of work making serious points about the role of parliament