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Leading historian Nigel Jones argues the UK is now dangerously fractured along political lines
Robert Thicknesse on Rossini’s extraordinary de-cluttering of the musical atmosphere
Do historians and biographers have a moral right to be shown classified documents?
Norman Lebrecht on how Marion von Weber was both interesting and important to Mahler’s emergence
Bad times at the Grey Lady
Keir Starmer’s endorsement of self-ID will do little to persuade voters that the Labour Party is alive to the concerns of ordinary people
Vaccination may have saved Boris Johnson from voters’ vengeance for Britain’s Covid disasters, but he’s not out of the woods yet, warns Nigel Jones
Was Iceland responsible for the French Revolution, the moon landing and the discovery of America?
Michael Coren talks to his friend, Rev Richard Coles, about Coles’ forthcoming memoir on love, loss and grief
Seasonal agricultural work is much more skilled and difficult than many realise
The UK Government’s reluctance to acknowledge Iran’s hostility shows the bizarre lengths to which countries must now go to appease Iran