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Emma Webb says the police are damned if the do, but even more damned in the long run if they don’t
Vaccination may have saved Boris Johnson from voters’ vengeance for Britain’s Covid disasters, but he’s not out of the woods yet, warns Nigel Jones
The strength of Jordan’s Hashemite monarchy is a precious thing — and one which only gets its due in rare moments of turmoil
ASH Smyth sings choral evensong for Candlemas, in Stanley cathedral
From its very inception as a nation state, Greece learned that it needed allies with shared interests and values to successfully fight the Turks
The Alex Salmond inquiry has been hobbled by legal intervention – so why can the media publish what politicians cannot discuss?
Cinema, theatre and the world will be poorer for no longer having Christopher Plummer as a part of them
Fiction works on the understanding that none of it really happened; we agree to believe it anyway, says John Self
Frederic Raphael defends his friend, the writer Joseph Epstein, latest victim of America’s cancel culture for daring to mock Jill Biden’s doctorate
In terms of sheer wealth of experience, few conductors can compare to Gianandrea Noseda
Could we be unwittingly researching both sides of a hypersonic arms race?