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Leave literary reviews to reviewers rather than score-settling academics
The great critics always began before they were forty. Who are their equivalents today?
The rise and fall of the British newspaper
Remembering the cult-classic science-fiction romp
Algebra and arithmetic in the modern sense were not due to the Greeks, writes Mark Ronan
Due to the Democrats’ efforts to foster division, Trump still has a fighting chance
For art lovers, now is the perfect time to visit The Eternal City
Should former prime ministers gently fade away?
The obsession with breastfeeding is hindering women’s freedom of choice
If China and Covid can’t shake doctrinal globalism, can anything?
And does it start with sacking its leader, Richard Leonard? Graham Stewart asks John McTernan
Belarusian protestors are a more potent weapon against Lukashenko than Brussels ever has been
The British state can neither gather, interpret, nor explain its own statistics