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A trek through the Hindu Kush to seek out the ancient Kalash people, who claim descent from Alexander’s army

The playwright will not be remembered for his poetry

A secretive Church of England commission is intent on seeing bigotry everywhere

Today’s Season may be more democratic and international than the old, but those in the know still cherish the hot tickets that guarantee exclusivity

Boris Johnson was an opportunist Prime Minister whose gambler’s luck ran out

Irish reluctance to support Ukraine presents Unionists with an opportunity to counter American Brit-bashing over the Protocol reforms

How a Catholic institution capitulated to the non-binary gods of diversity

Novels about middle class male malaise are now considered passé but they were once both groundbreaking and shocking

Feminists’ adoption of Margaret Atwood’s red cape serves only to obscure the complex real-life issues around women’s rights

The cult of mass university education saddles many students with unecessary debt, breeds dissatisfaction and does little to foster culture or enterprise