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Adam LeBor investigates the former communist cult that has found common cause with the prime minister and the Brexiteer Conservative right
The ‘liberators’ fighting back against the ‘ever-lockers’
The sexual liberation and unrequited search of Nancy Cunard emblematises 1920s Paris
Naive proposals to “decolonise” Western classical music risk losing the richness of its history
To make people laugh for an hour is good business sense — but it says nothing about writing, or creativity, or art
Messiaen’s quartet, first performed in a freezing barracks in 1941, is a thing of great beauty
Oak Apple Day celebrates the inevitable return of the primordial and the perennial
Lancing a Boyle
Boris vs Keir once again provides more heat than energy
Will the SNP pay attention?
Where do Truss and Sunak stand?
Today’s jockeys are the best ever