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Charles Saumarez Smith on the battle to safeguard the future of some of Britain’s oldest and best-known learned societies
The expedition to take back the Falkland Islands was riskier than we might think
The remake of the French original is rather merde
British policy in the Ottoman Empire was not driven by Orientalism, but self-interest and self-deception
A brilliant new work walks the thorny path of motherhood
Gay men have been failed by a lobby that trades in fear rather than facts
Is Musk’s takeover of Twitter a good thing, a disaster, or just very funny?
Robert Schumann expresses the intense passion and despair of true love better than any other composer
Our country’s fortunes aren’t falling — they were pushed
Can the Argentinian pontiff make a difference in Ukraine?
Brits should stop gorging on sentimentality
The Prime Minister is responsible for most of the things that have gone wrong