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David Goodhart wishes The Critic every success
In Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa small nations lead in terms of economic and social development
An anonymous academic on campus follies
If the National Trust is tired of promoting “heritage” what can be done to remind it of its purpose?
If she were a man, Lisa HIlton would surely be celebrated as the roving public intellectual she so clearly is
Joseph Connolly treasures his friendship with his literary hero
Should former prime ministers gently fade away?
The BBC thought Malcolm Arnold’s opera was not serious enough and a bit bawdy
The Long March draws together evidence that we half knew but shied away from
Conservative parties may be good at winning elections but have they lost the argument?
Neither Starmer nor Johnson know if local lockdowns are any more effective than national lockdowns. But both have dug-in to their positions.
BBC Proms row has developed into an unexpectedly successful publicity stunt
Graham Stewart visits Orkney and the Shetlands to find the islanders keen on independence — from Scotland