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Are we watching a Stalinist show trial, with hitherto dissident figures loudly recanting any support for past regimes?
Private education is under threat from Oxbridge quotas and soaring fees, to the detriment of bright scholarship pupils
London’s orchestral rat-race will have fewer runners when musical life returns, says Norman Lebrecht
Why is Stuart Andrew able to cast 203 votes in each Commons division?
The suspicion that it has a partial basis in fact makes the saga splendidly and addictively watchable
Forty years on from the death of John Lennon, Dominic Green recounts the tormented life of the last universal Western icon
This is perhaps the only book I have yet read about Amin which gives anything like an accurate assessment of who he was
Like the ancient world, we have an inability to explain or even value ourselves
Lisa Hilton praises a divine lunch in Santiago de Compostela
With friends like Tory backbenchers, who needs Cabinet colleagues?
Graham Stewart talks to Prof Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president has been exercised since the end of the Cold War