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Moving the Boat Race from London to Ely is a desperate measure
Why are university admission stories not about the admitters?
Or chaos with Ed Miliband
The short stories of the long nineteenth century through the lens of Covid-19
The soft bigotry of low expectations
Jeremy Black recommends three history books that have been neglected by literary reviewers
The Grand National and the culture of horseracing in art and literature
On International Dawn Chorus Day, there really is no sound lovelier than the competing noise of birdsong
What does the future hold beyond Brexit and Covid?
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a long-dead author who is beloved by millions will, eventually, find themselves dragged into controversy
The celebrated Byzantinist Cyril Mango died earlier this month; his insight will be keenly missed by enthusiasts of Byzantine studies
The spirit of Lockdown has paralysed the country, and the government itself