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Do historians and biographers have a moral right to be shown classified documents?
Hate crimes operate as a contemporary, de facto blasphemy law
China’s surprising take on a celebrated parable reveals a growing global problem
It took long enough but Starmer told Labour some home truths
Tories and Labour become each other
Why did the Chinese bureaucracy succeed where the Catholic Church failed?
The Government’s is hounding distinguished societies from their prestigious premises
The drummer of the Rolling Stones — a man of rare class, wit and distinction — has died at the age of 80
Ecclesiastical textiles, Regency architecture and relief carvings: welcome to The Critic’s new address
An ISIS bride calls Christianity’s bluff
Beware of pointing the finger, even at the devil