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The Church of England’s leaders don’t reflect its political diversity
Symphonia or caesaropapism?
Jeremy Black discusses German identity in the 700 years between Charlemagne and the Reformation
Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all
Yoram Hazony’s purified conservatism risks losing touch with political reality
Like Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair won big in enemy territory. Can Starmer do the same?
The vulnerable need our support, not lethal drugs
The war in Ukraine has injected a healthy dose of realism into the West’s energy policy
Today’s new law against non-fatal strangulation sends a message that violence against women is a crime, not a kink
Messiaen’s quartet, first performed in a freezing barracks in 1941, is a thing of great beauty
A country pub where the cooking extracts the maximum amount of flavour
The Stade de France fiasco bodes ill for forthcoming international sports events
It’s easy to criticise Blair — and fun, too!