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The trials and tribulations of prep-school parenting
Why we should all eat squirrel
I turned myself from a wine-sodden, desk bound, muscleless lard mountain into a reasonably fit person. And you can too
From Shakespeare to Agatha Christie, crime novels invoke the genre’s heritage, sometimes ably and sometimes not
TERF basher Dr Adrian Harrop succumbed to Twitter’s intoxicating brew of self-righteousness and disinhibition
On the least erotic noun in the English language
Can Peppa Pig save Boris from the CBI?
Imagining itself to be impartial, the “neutral” RE curriculum imposes its own claim
Today is a Falklands public holiday
The Larghetto’s organic optimism transcends present woes and looks to bright eternity
Are policy makers finally waking up to the harms of behavioural science?
The Critic Narrated: Episode Five, with David Starkey, Boris Starling and Claudia Savage-Gore
The invisible knitting of Michelle Obama led to the cancellation of Kristy Glass
Professor Jeremy Black talks about why the British found the Boers so difficult to defeat