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Whether we like it or not, the intrusion of AI into the domain of human creativity is going very quickly to become a fixture of our lives
Lewis Baston’s guide to watching the election results intelligently
Robert Thicknesse on the woes of modern, British opera
The Olympics have a weird and wonderful history
A global pandemic has shown how beneficial it is to have a strong nation state
A trio of novels that are connected by their surprising manner of finding their way to us
The APPG on Religion in the Media’s report into “religious literacy” in the media is deeply flawed in its understanding of Islam in particular
The V&A reckons Alice in Wonderland is a self-help manual in the sex-war rather than the daydreams of an old Oxford perv
Why is Cardiff actively spreading queer theory in schools?
Without white progressives like me to supervise them, ethnic minorities are helpless and easily exploited
The new Great British Railways should abolish the garish sweet shop designs of today’s trains and look to the glorious liveries of the past
The Speaker isn’t going to take it anymore – not from Boris at any rate.