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Martin Scorcese’s new Mafia movie is the culmination of a great career
Any history of the 1960s that neglects mass culture is not to be taken entirely seriously
Labour’s whips are ready to ally with Tory rebels
An illiberal network of activists and quangos threatens our cherished academic freedom
Since the Cold War we have, to our detriment, become increasingly blinded to the wisdom of the Old Russia
Is Douglas Ross ready to lead the Scottish Conservatives?
Nick Cohen says hamfisted Covid road closures are dividing opinion
The National Gallery is putting women artists centre stage
After Dame Judi Dench’s resignation as a “national treasure”, Romeo Coates considers the runners and riders for the role
What does the postponement of the new James Bond film mean for the future of cinema?
Anthony Broxton looks back on the election win that Labour now aspire to