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Engaging with students on the history of mathematics would do far more than pretending that the subject abounds with racism
Bernd Fischer and the need for precision
In his most demanding role yet, Boris is wrestling with “complicated ethical and practical issues”
Tax rises and handouts, everything we (think) we know is coming
The closure of Jenners of Edinburgh is an object lesson in how to kill the department store
The lobby’s mysterious lack of solidarity with Nadine White
Murray Walker was the last of the great sports commentators who brought us unforgettable sporting moments and catchphrases which delighted a generation
Philanthropist and business leader Jonathan Oppenheimer says that economic policymakers should take a lesson from vaccine regulators in 2021
Will unionists or nationalists succeed in beating the Scottish system?
Christopher Silvester explains how English history could have an important part to play in Trump’s impeachment
The Protocol is strangling Northern Ireland’s economy and damaging the DUP’s re-election chances. What will Boris Johnson do about it?
Robert Thicknesse reveals how in searching for meaning, opera adaptations are becoming more obscure