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Unlike Douglas Murray, John Self thinks the satirical novel isn’t dead
There are still plenty of institutions worth mocking
View from Oxford: some new arrivals may feel less welcome than others
Why don’t ministers care about the politics of their civil servants?
The Church is the only place we can find true deliverance from Covid
Titania McGrath’s take on a thrilling year for racial equality
The British Library’s new exhibition on feminism is like being hit with a rolled-up copy of Spare Rib
Babayan’s Rachmninov is remarkable is its absence of obvious virtuosity
How is it that our most eccentric world leaders have been the ones disproportionately affected by Covid-19?
Professor Jeremy Black and Political Editor Graham Stewart discuss the strength of Italy’s national unity
Krapp’s last tape might these days be a collection of WhatsApps and stored Instagram images, muses Anne McElvoy
Public healthcare needs public accountability