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Ewa and Mateusz Dymek say cruelty is being masked by compassion
What is at your core?
Tom Tugendhat was a man for the hour
Drill music presents itself as the soundtrack of liberation, but it’s dangerously mired in gang violence
On the nature of the Blob
The good, the beautiful and the grotesque
Why can’t politicians be themselves?
Why do so many on the Left back poor quality public services?
Penny, Liz and Boris — still rocking the political moshpit
Dame Ethel Smyth’s opera dated quickly, but it hardly hurts to have another look at it
The apotheosis of Johnsonism
How gender identity theory has become embedded in Irish society
The idea that there are multiple universes and that it might be possible to “‘versejump” is surely one way of explaining the cinematic urge