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The new owner of Antoinette’s jewellery will not just get exquisite gems but a provenance that is equally perfect and poignant
Football fans know a Proper Club when they see one
Our overtaken by events December leader
On the 50th anniversary of his death – what should we make of Nikita Khrushchev?
Mark Drakeford is desperate to impress with his LGBTQ+ Action Plan
Could the Canadian Conservatives teach the Tories how to hold onto power?
This is a win for common sense, not the trans lobby
While belly-laughs are not frequent, there’s terrific fun to be had in this massive soap-opera-style family melodrama
This debut album is a treat for the senses and a tonic for tired tastes
Despite some political hang-ups, James Fox provides diverting stories on the history of colour
Ecclesiastical textiles, Regency architecture and relief carvings: welcome to The Critic’s new address
Journalist and actor Denis Tuohy has written a rewarding collection worthy of his colourful career