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Why are death taxes staying when every other economic orthodoxy is going?
There is finally a coherent plan to improve urban development in Britain – its implementation would be transformative.
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
Michael Collins maps the relationship between two of the greatest writers of the American south
Alexander Tchaikovsky’s Quarantine Symphony triggers a subtle, wordless response to the things we are experiencing
Nicola Sturgeon can sacrifice others in order to protect herself
Commentators who have spent the last 20 years undermining key principles of democracy are crawling out from the woodwork to protect the right to protest
On International Dawn Chorus Day, there really is no sound lovelier than the competing noise of birdsong
From trans rights to its independence strategy, a bitter war divides one of the most popular parties in Europe
Keir Starmer and Angela Rayner failed to convince the electorate that Labour has totally renounced Corbynism
This book offers an insider’s account of the extraordinary (in)decision-making among Johnson’s team during the most tumultuous year in modern history
A beautiful and unusual book can lift the spirits of even the most jaded reviewer