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France should look across the Channel before electing a journalist as president
Who is the dark horse of France’s presidential election?
Michael Henderson on the old-fashioned music that the BBC doesn’t want us to hear any longer
It should not be difficult to distinguish between political protest and disrupting national life
It’s not that life is perfect — it just isn’t the 70s
The Heywood Hill bookseller has died
The Erasmus scheme is a political project not designed to work well academically
Rashford’s campaigning moves the state towards becoming a substitute parent
The great writer’s intellectual heirs warn that collective rights obscure individual suffering
Should there be a new drama about Jimmy Savile?
This sort of thing never happened at Bloomberg
‘No Time to Die’ suggests that Daniel Craig’s James Bond will be a hard act to follow
A border tax on carbon emissions would encourage the markets to solve our green problems