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The great writer’s intellectual heirs warn that collective rights obscure individual suffering
The UK’s prominence as a place to buy and sell the most prestigious art is under sustained threat
Ludwig van Beethoven’s former secretary and pupil was no forgettable curiosity
Pretty much the whole of Jerusalem is in some way “problematic”, which is why people relish it
Classical music is flourishing in Britain — though if you listened to our cultural elite you’d never know it
With thousands dying in Tigray, why is Parliament discussing ancient relics?
A new Mockingbird is masterful
Jeremy Black discusses how have the nations of the Caribbean have adapted to modern times
Johnson still expects Tory MPs to love him
Opposing Putin isn’t hawkish, just realistic
Barely surving a nightmarish camp
How should we judge the grandoise building projects of murderous dictators?