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Patrick West reviews The Channel, by Charlie Connelly
Why is the “Vote Leave Government” giving a Quango so much power over our online speech?
Half a century on, the song remains an an eternally affecting evocation of the need for solidarity and comfort
Christopher North advises on the best bullrings for budding aficionados
The attempted cancellation of James Levine came at a high price for New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
To what extent should we separate an artist’s work from their period, character and ideas?
The Critic’s new weekly podcast series, with Professor Jeremy Black
Is it wrong that donor countries should also benefit from their development aid projects?
National debate used to be encouraged by the Anglican state — but those days are fast disappearing
Judge not a sext lest your sexts be judged
How Ernst Jünger predicted the ubiquity of masks