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The Black Lives Matter movement’s ideology is at odds with much of what the Anglican church holds dear
The Archbishops don’t realise the significance of the church building
Left to freeze by Thatcher’s censors, The Thing has finally been recognised as John Carpenter’s best film
Too many books, too little space and the insecurity of renting
The Olympics have a weird and wonderful history
Whether ties are out or tattoos are in, there is a performative aspect that in both cases can hide a murkier if not awful truth
What happens if the Taliban gets it right?
Perhaps Jake Davison killed those people because he could, not because he was an incel
The drummer of the Rolling Stones — a man of rare class, wit and distinction — has died at the age of 80
Patrick Galbraith hears a rare bird but fails with the rod
Social media “platforms” such as Twitter and Facebook plainly are publishers.
They should be held to account as such
Alexander Larman and Graham Stewart discuss the direction of English Literature at universities