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Nantes cathedral did not burn alone
British police officers are enforcing Stonewall’s wishlist
Will compulsory face-masks, social-distancing and an air of paranoia drive audiences to online streaming once and for all?
The Arts Council are using the pandemic to reward their cronies rather than saving art
Today’s political conflicts replay past battles between Britain’s libertarian and puritan traditions, argues historian Nigel Jones
Buildings born of plagues do have a life as something other than problematic ruins
How did identity come to be political and cultural ground zero?
Why has the US response been so lacklustre?
How has the coronavirus pandemic affected Britain’s country houses?
Chronicling the inroads of cultural Marxists, the woke, the right-on, and all the virtue signalling rest
Daniel Johnson on the life and work of Max Weber, whose controversial views on democracy still resonate today