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In light of the Greenshill Affair, John Bowers explains how Lord Pickles should lead the advisory committee
Where would the late ciceronian speaker have fit into today’s polemical battles?
The WHO is increasingly interested in Melinda’s view of the world
A fevered year of Covid and Trump has produced a record spike in UFO sightings
Jeremy Black delves into a history book which disappoints and a biography not to be missed
Clive Aslet says the Barclay brothers were prescient when they built their grand private castle on Brecqhou. Today, true privacy is something only serious money can buy
Lessons for Priti Patel on how Denmark reduced its appeal to asylum seekers
Digital art: the millennial trend
E. J. White’s book on the history of New York English is not the first on the subject, but it goes a long way in explaining the evolution of the city’s unique linguistics
In his coverage of Northern Ireland in this memoir, Kevin Myers was unflinchingly critical of British ineptitude
Why has the history of Poland, what was a large country, an important economy and an interesting polity, been marginalised by historians?