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The words Kipling chose should not be cancelled even if Frank Sinatra had a bit too much fun with them
The Burma Coup: why and what next?
Graham Stewart reviews The Hidden History of Burma by Thant Myint-U
They live under the threat of elimination
In our secular age the Queen has been Anglicanism’s most compelling representative
While ministers wriggle out of responsibility, children are suffering
Malta is not a trans utopia
Baron Gottfried von Cramm: the Third Reich dissident Wimbledon left behind
Louise Perry suggests that ancestral prudence is now lost among the youth
Milking the Philistines — someone’s got to do it
Against the Prime Minister/Chancellor diarchy
José Tomás is a titan of the bullring, but does he live up to his reputation?
Everything was on track for Liz, until Mordaunt derailed the campaign
Professor Jeremy Black discusses the effect that Martin Luther and the Reformation had on the German lands in the sixteenth century