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Leading historian Nigel Jones argues the UK is now dangerously fractured along political lines
Recent developments in Yemen’s civil war show that the Iranian-backed Houthis are clearly considered the winning side
Age hasn’t withered Dylan. He was always running towards it, arms open wide.
London and Bern need to coordinate their approach to the EU
Kathleen Stock’s new book is exactly the kind of forensic, generous intervention the ongoing trans debate sorely needs
In his most demanding role yet, Boris is wrestling with “complicated ethical and practical issues”
James Stevens Curl reveals how this new release provides amazing insight into the household of a well-heeled, cultured European in late eighteenth-century India
Are the Houses of Parliament set for the flames? Brice Stratford discusses with David Scullion
A mild-mannered magazine editor fights for truth, justice and decent wallpaper
This book is so colourful and well told that it should interest even those who find the game of Cricket dull
Does Biden’s withdrawal include the thousands of mercenaries keeping it going?