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The heroic age of polar exploration ended with Shackleton’s death
The cult of mass university education saddles many students with unecessary debt, breeds dissatisfaction and does little to foster culture or enterprise
Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all
How gender identity theory has become embedded in Irish society
Lucasta Miller discusses Emma Smith’s new book
Yoram Hazony’s purified conservatism risks losing touch with political reality
Can a new report finally get rape victims out of the dock?
The story of how British commandos did the impossible
The universal realities of life, love and death are at the core of the strength of the monarchy
The second-hand book trade has lost much of its romance and charm, not to mention eccentric establishments and their owners
What has Europe learned from Roe v Wade?
The Prime Minister is responsible for most of the things that have gone wrong