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Brussels asks Britain for an extension whilst rigorously implementing the NI Protocol
Frequent hyperbole means the media would struggle to describe a genuine disaster
The National Memorial Arboretum is an ambitious landscape of trees and statuary — but does it work?
Young people have suffered enough — don’t force them to have vaccine passports to do the things they enjoy
The home of mid-budgeted literate films aimed at adults is no longer at the cinema
Jordan Peterson’s trouble with his publisher will look mild when compared with Donald Trump’s impending book
Readers should savour this book, as you might one of the delectable bottles that compose the enticing strophe of the book’s narrative
Our everyday politics are court politics and Boris Johnson is king in all but name
Could an editor not rescue Jonathan Haslam’s new book from triteness?
This week’s US casualties in Kabul lived through a tragically narrow slice of American history
Adam LeBor recalls terror and surreal moments of calm in Eastern Europe