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The statistics are unfit for purpose
Destroying the planet would be an act of white supremacy — but there are some advantages
Professor Jeremy Black discusses the effect that Martin Luther and the Reformation had on the German lands in the sixteenth century
British prison sentences must be taken with a generous pinch of salt
How to pamper your rhubarb patch
It’s easy to criticise Blair — and fun, too!
Prevaricating UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is finally flying to Kiev — but is it too late?
Professor Jeremy Black on the reality of the slave economy created by the Caribbean’s European colonisers
But other countries are not so lucky
Rakib’s Britain: Never mind the Red Wall, let’s talk about the East-West divide and a forgotten England
Louise Perry suggests that ancestral prudence is now lost among the youth
Bach’s Goldberg Variations have a rich history that far transcend its modern association with Glenn Gould