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Gatsby aside, F. Scott Fitzgerald — the Jazz-Age chronicler — is dispensable
In 2021, is the state of the Booker still “not serious stuff”?
Rejoice, Ripley is back! But why are we so drawn to Patricia Highsmith’s anti-hero?
This hero of the destitute was airbrushed from history for challenging the oppressive-patriarchy narrative
It seems “Global Britain” is smaller and less delicious
The Goes Wrong Show expertly mines hilarity through disaster
Nadine Dorries shows us she is the pacifist’s Oliver Dowden
Boris breaks his promises by announcing he has a plan
Conference is a special time for Tories — and your kindness can make a difference
The modern hegemony of the “liberal professions” has become one of the principal challenges to liberal democracy
The Court of Appeal has ruled that there is no obligation on the State to allow the purchase of sex without criminal sanction
Professor Jeremy Black on how Britain, France and the Ottoman Empire found themselves fighting together in the Crimea
At this year’s series, bubbles will mean not Veuve Clicquot but protocols designed to ensure that the ball is all anyone catches Down Under
Accusations of heresy should not be cloaked by pretence of legitimate complaint