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Forced to flee her native Germany, Hannah Arendt is finally celebrated there in a major exhibition
A highly informative history of ideas let down by a drumbeat of liberal bias
Private education is under threat from Oxbridge quotas and soaring fees, to the detriment of bright scholarship pupils
Why have the arts not strained at the bonds laid upon them in the way earthier pursuits and pleasures have?
The British Library’s new exhibition on feminism is like being hit with a rolled-up copy of Spare Rib
Comparing the Cabinet on Twitter might suggest who is on manoeuvres – and who’s dropped the social media ball
Keeping schools closed is more harmful to children than coronavirus could ever be
A British lawyer is fighting her dismissal in a Kafkaesque post-Brexit judicial quagmire
Patrick Galbraith says the rural vote is up for grabs
Mark Le Fanu goes to the Musée Nissim de Camondo, the Marmottan, and the Musée Antoine Bourdelle
Have the British people abandoned their love of liberty?
What insights can period dramas give us into the past?