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Boris Johnson fails the Mings test
England footballers don’t own the meaning of their pre-match gesture
Dubai and the rise of organised crime
A magnificent celebration of the artist who was midwife to the birth of humanism
A furious, unfiltered revelation of the experimental heart of a familiar composer
Should social media channels be scrutinised for hosting material which promotes gender transition?
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
Part two of Mahan Esfahani’s deconstruction of the modern association of pianist Glenn Gould with Bach’s Goldberg Variations
Rakib’s Britain: The Left has betrayed its roots by ignoring the evils of family break-down
Fairness and safety should be upheld
Yukio Mishima concealed his poignant political commentary in a run-of-the-mill science fiction novel
Extra-judicial killing and its long aftermath forms the core of Linda Kinstler’s remarkable new book
New research throws light on how the media landscape is being transformed