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Slaves and sources
If she were a man, Lisa HIlton would surely be celebrated as the roving public intellectual she so clearly is
The glorious heyday of Roxy Music, when just to be a fan of a band that sounded like no other was like being in an exclusive club
Meeting the new boss of London’s finest gunmaker
Can liberal philosophers be used to justify censorship?
Classic settings conceal psychological rawness and sinuously convoluted mysteries
A secretive Church of England commission is intent on seeing bigotry everywhere
The pomp of the Queen’s Speech failed to mask the flatness of it all
Why does Britain turn into a pumpkin around 6pm?
The resemblance between woke and the Reformation goes beyond means to content
Britain is a sad sunless satrapy of the American empire
So entropic is Geoff Dyer’s latest that the reader seeks desperately for structure