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Why face masks are a form of dehumanisation
Opposing Putin isn’t hawkish, just realistic
How does a writer become a figure of cultish renown?
Romeo finds himself overcome by a sense of utter hopelessness
From Young Mungo to The Candy House: three new novels to read this month
Government plans still have serious questions of law to answer
A poorly-researched rush to judgement in both Oxford and Cambridge may not have served campaigners well
A treatise on the life and mating habits of the party political activist
Maybe turning Labour into the “some-women-have-penises” party isn’t such a popular electoral strategy after all
What does Keir Starmer have to be proud of?
‘Disorder’ argues convincingly that world history now hinges on the price of oil
But other countries are not so lucky