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Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s many passions included a view of Empire that would today be regarded as racist

How will society be changed by the over-production of female graduates?

Gatsby aside, F. Scott Fitzgerald — the Jazz-Age chronicler — is dispensable

The professionals “guilty” of failing to accept the medicalisation of vulnerable children

Historians are better placed to explain malicious acts than philosophers, who strive to subordinate them to reason

Get as many days of game sport as possible because one never knows when the self-righteous will stop it

Having insulted thousands of its blameless members, the Church of England now aims to embed racial distinction in its very structures

No actor has done more to endanger the future of Northern Ireland than the European Commission

The plight of the “transwidows” scorned for telling the unfashionable truth about their abusive autogynephile husbands

The BBC risks putting social justice over excellence