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The space for criticism to exist grows smaller and the archways that sustained its presence crumble away, laments Sarah Ditum
The outlook is grey, no questions
Has the dysfunctional family replaced the dynastic one in politics?
Starting a new political party is not as easy as it looks
Political unions are not determined by economic realities
The coronavirus pandemic continues to disrupt the traditions of Jewish festivals
Mark Le Fanu goes to the Musée Nissim de Camondo, the Marmottan, and the Musée Antoine Bourdelle
PMQs is failing to explore whether the government’s Covid strategy makes sense
Peter Stothard’s depiction of the demise of Caesar emphasises the humanity of the emperor’s killer
In the continual absence of metaphysics, life – shaped for many years by the pursuit of comfort – is now defined by the avoidance of death.
Everyone loves free speech when their side isn’t in power