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Is it time to release democracy from quarantine and resuscitate the rule of law?
Is Jonathan Sumption the man to judge the judges?
We need heavyweights to separate good from bad
TERF basher Dr Adrian Harrop succumbed to Twitter’s intoxicating brew of self-righteousness and disinhibition
Eric Gill was an awful man — but that doesn’t make his art any less brilliant
Ten years on from Hitchens’s death, the past seems more foreign than ever
Bawdy humour and the pantomime go together like sausages and mash, whatever you make of that banger
Andrew Roberts dispels the myths and sticks to the facts about George III
Dispiriting as it may be, great authors are capable of writing bad books
Validating everyone’s wishes leaves us prone to outbreaks of self-indulgence
The new owner of Antoinette’s jewellery will not just get exquisite gems but a provenance that is equally perfect and poignant
Ceri Black faces prosecution for tweeting that child rapists and their enablers should be stopped
Putting matters theological to a vote might seem odd, but it actually makes sense