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The first title in Yale University’s highly regarded “Jewish Lives” series to be devoted to a murderous scoundrel
Lisa Hilton says a prime spot near the kitchen is no compensation for a bewilderingly bad evening
Scotland’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill promises a difficult year ahead for the woman who self-identifies as “feminist to my fingertips”
The Genetic Lottery is not the only book published this summer to tackle controversial topics in biology
It turns out the system was wrong, we now discover
Alexander Larman reports from a half-liberated, half-imprisoned world
Brexit fallout sees France going into decline, while Britain exploits its new-found freedoms
I am shocked, shocked to find that Covid is going on in here
The decline of Angela Merkel’s party may return Germany to a Weimar-style splintered parliament
Gatsby aside, F. Scott Fitzgerald — the Jazz-Age chronicler — is dispensable
Should there be a new drama about Jimmy Savile?
Is The Matrix best judged as cinema or cultural phenomenon?