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California’s rulers again shift the blame to conservatives rather than admit their own incompetence
The news is bad, but on Del Rey’s watch the poetry is sometimes pretty good, and getting better
Venice after people
The BBC cancels Mermaids, time is racist, Nasa goes woke, and 2 + 2 = 5
David J. Garrow reviews Dark Mirror: Edward Snowden and the Surveillance State, by Barton Gellman
The coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the traditions of Jewish festivals
After the Miracle at the Vistula, a Miracle at the Oder?
Rejoice, Ripley is back! But why are we so drawn to Patricia Highsmith’s anti-hero?
If Labour appeals primarily to young progressive urban supporters, can it win back traditional working class communities?
Is Boris’s ‘Rooseveltian’ revival really what the country needs?
The legacy of a left behind war poet
Daily televised press conferences are a gift to the media class not to government