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Moving the Boat Race from London to Ely is a desperate measure
Is scrapping the filibuster really in Democrats’ best interests?
W. Sydney Robinson, the historian’s latest biographer, discovered that his subject was without scruple in matters of the heart
Andrew Tettenborn says the trend of redefining certain terms not only hinders social communication but is also almost literally Orwellian
Paul Hindemith’s music is extremely well-made, intelligent, civilised, and moderately witty — so why has it all but vanished?
Is a trade body being excluded by Ministers because they’ve criticised the NI protocol?
Wide-ranging interest and inquiry no longer seems compatible with those who bear the pressures of public life
The officers at Clapham Common were misguided, but hijacking Sarah Everard’s death for a political agenda disrespects her memory
Despite the histrionics of domestic American opinion, a single rocket attack in Syria does not indicate that Biden’s foreign policy is likely to be more aggressive
Bruce Coleman finds that this book on the West India Interest is more polemical than historical
Dan Hicks, The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Cultural Violence and Cultural Restitution (Pluto Press)