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There is no one left to fight for Europe’s last dictator and his Soviet utopia
Why are MPs considered unusually vulnerable and in need of protection from the criminal law?
Remembering the great British saxophonist and prize-winning maker of model aircraft
Christopher Silvester on Mark Cousins’s latest documentary
Richard Ovenden’s new book is a passionate defence of the sanctity of knowledge expressed through literature
The effects of lockdown have caused far more damage than the virus ever could
The National Gallery is putting women artists centre stage
If someone identifies something you’ve said as problematic, they mean you are the problem
The Freedom of Information Act was supposed to guarantee honesty and transparency in government, but has ensured that controversial decisions will be forever shrouded in secrecy
National debate used to be encouraged by the Anglican state — but those days are fast disappearing
Why do conservative evangelicals continue to support Trump?