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Rudyard Kipling’s (in)famous poem “If” reverberates with valuably relevant and humane advice for 2020 Britain
If abortion providers really are “pro-choice” then why are they stopping Dr Kearney?
The baritone Matthias Goerne sings with a voice like brushed velvet and diction clearer than iced vodka in this five-star album
Welcome news for radical feminists and supporters of free speech
As Line of Duty now seems mired in the complexity of its own backstory, Alexander Larman asks if on-screen plots have become too complicated for us to enjoy
The implications of identity politics on literary trends
The Catholic Church is resisting huge pressure to apologise for its involvement in indigenous cruelty
‘The story of Brexit will not get a fair hearing unless we create that space for ourselves’ — Gawain Towler on the plan to make the Museum of Brexit a reality
Turn again, Detective Inspector Hathaway
William Poulos says that in his wisdom and readability, Llewelyn Morgan serves his subject well
At Greensill, who could doubt that David Cameron had no idea what was going on?