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How a panicking Cambridge institution obliterated the memory of one of its most famous sons
To what extent should we separate an artist’s work from their period, character and ideas?
Boris sings one last sad song before he mounts his pyre
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
The Church should invest in parishes and ministry if it wants to reach a new audience
The resemblance between woke and the Reformation goes beyond means to content
Have We Got Politicians for You
Now is the time for the UK to reassess priorities
Sport is another thing to confirm the notion of American exceptionalism
Enduring a taste of the Blitz spirit at a chain restaurant with no butter, no jam and few staff
British policy in the Ottoman Empire was not driven by Orientalism, but self-interest and self-deception
Brits should stop gorging on sentimentality
She was nasty, crude, racist and often a poor writer — so why is she revered?