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Norman Lebrecht on the late, great Mariss Jansons who died on December 1st
Anne McElvoy on writers and players who can transfer skills to the small screen from the big stage
Conservative parties may be good at winning elections but have they lost the argument?
Daniel Johnson on how he found a lost love for the Germans
Michael Shermer’s new book is a collection of skilful elucidations of academic ideas
Peter Hitchens says Covid masks are a potent symbol of the West’s headlong flight from Enlightenment values
Angela Rayner’s PMQs debut was passionate, and strangely nostalgic
The death of a great American shakes up the race for the White House
Music directors who fail to provide any direction in times of crisis
Let’s ask Michael. Where is Michael? Who put that knife there?
To what extent should we separate an artist’s work from their period, character and ideas?