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Readers should savour this book, as you might one of the delectable bottles that compose the enticing strophe of the book’s narrative
How Parsons won a battle of wits
David Womersley reviews Waugh on Wine by Auberon Waugh
The Prime Minister is now Leader In Name Only
Bertrand Russell is almost too familiar a figure to be worth remembering
Has British legislation become too complex to be understood?
A medical vanguard aims to arm children against their own nature
It is a satire of modern vanities, not a screw-up
Institutional drift leftwards does not have to be inevitable
Plus-sized actors and theatres rattling the begging bowl
Narrative, voice and good novels — not always at the same time
Tales of lives lived well, or disgracefully, are always interesting, but what makes a good obit?
Angela Rayner’s inverted snobbery helps no one
Christian beliefs have yet to receive protection under law