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Was Iceland responsible for the French Revolution, the moon landing and the discovery of America?
Has British legislation become too complex to be understood?
The culture war in our universities is sweeping away cherished illusions
Apologies are the end, going is the start
Yukio Mishima concealed his poignant political commentary in a run-of-the-mill science fiction novel
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss Germany’s political arena in the years leading up to the First World War
The undiscovered 19th century wonders of Northern Ireland
Fairness and safety should be upheld
The Tories cannot escape their base
The expedition to take back the Falkland Islands was riskier than we might think
It is a satire of modern vanities, not a screw-up
The thrill of digging up — and eating — the first new potatoes of the year