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Behind modernity’s moralistic exhortations lies a cold-blooded mania for total control
The decadence and excess of the city is of a piece with puritanical restraint
Thomas Woodham-Smith on an old trade in a brave new world
How long does the beleaguered Prime Minister have left?
The meek may inherit the Earth, but not yet
Renovating Westminster taxes the Leader’s ingenuity — and the public’s pocketbook
Officers’ good intentions have been weaponised by unscrupulous whingers to muzzle their ideological opponents
An expensive evacuation of the Palace of Westminster has now fallen out of favour
Eric Gill was an awful man — but that doesn’t make his art any less brilliant
Video game technology has reconstructed the lost gardens of Alexander Pope
A response to the GEO
Why is the government comparing Christian pastoral care to rape?
The greatest works of fiction published this year
Finnish MP’s case could set a precedent for “unacceptable” beliefs across Europe