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What’s gotten into the Advertising Standards Authority?
Subjective, judge-diagnosed feelings cannot be the basis for law
There’s much that can go wrong when the drama of a book is transferred to the stage
The second-hand book trade has lost much of its romance and charm, not to mention eccentric establishments and their owners
Some things should stay buried
It has fallen to Scorsese to rescue the reputation of Powell and Pressburger
30 years ago English wine was changed forever, and a vinicultural revolution began
Oak Apple Day celebrates the inevitable return of the primordial and the perennial
MPs need to stop questioning the rights of biological women
Classical music is flourishing in Britain — though if you listened to our cultural elite you’d never know it
Are civil servants the blameless dupes of “partygate”?
We need more silence in sport
The contrast between the lives of the boxers in “Fight School” and those portrayed in “Anatomy of A Scandal” could not be sharper