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Criticism has died at London’s newspaper
Every six months or so opera surfaces from its undersea lair, like a Bond villain, to enter public consciousness — generally when it’s been naughty.
Ethical values and financial necessity are not always perfectly compatible
Where are the plays that challenge the orthodoxy of left-liberal groupthink?
All the gossip that’s fit to print from our showbusiness veteran
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