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An obsession with the dangers of proliferation overlooks its positive effects
We’re not expecting any rebellion on the Crime bill for months
Getting schooled by the facts of life
The BAFTA film awards have seen plenty of diversity in recent years, but have gone down in film history as the least diverse film awards ever. Why?
Natascha Engel delves into Marc Stears’s new book, and asks: is there anything in here that will help us rebuild the Red Wall without losing our big city majorities?
The Story of Scottish Art is not a scholarly work of art history; it gives an easy-to-read account of artists’ lives with a faintly awestruck tone
Racist cats in racist hats, Star Wars goes woke and a quick guide to cancelling a conservative
Debates over what constitutes ‘hate speech’ reintroduce dangerous concepts of sin and morality into our common law
Bullfighting was a lifelong fascination for Francis Bacon and played an increasingly important role in his work, his high-risk approach matching that of the matador
The BBC’s new recruitment campaign for the Proms shows a clear disregard for its classical origins
The façade of Robert Jenrick