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Poetry doesn’t need to be useful
How the multiple Mona Lisa copies, and their prices, testify to the longstanding fame of the painting and its mystique
Out with the old, in with the new: Michael Prodger on art collection trends
Other than US media wages, why do BBC journalists want Britain to be America?
The legacy of communist cult leader Abimael Guzman lives on in Peru
It’s BBC actors and comedy stars who’ve made the corporation great over the years — not two-a-penny journalists
We experience people at their most depressed and their most joyful; their most selfish and their most generous
There’s more to feminism than how many women are on the FTSE100 — Mary Ann Sieghart’s new book does a disservice to working-class women
In his tenth diary entry, Dominic Hilton worries that the Argentine capital could become another Miami or Dubai if it were to get its act together
A new report is gratifyingly pro-freedom and pro-free speech
Barnier’s Secret Journal should interest British readers due to the insights on whether the UK could have negotiated a better deal
J.D. Vance thinks the MAGA movement is about more than the man
Is this 1991 blockbuster an underrated masterpiece or kitsch nonsense?