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Paul Hindemith’s music is extremely well-made, intelligent, civilised, and moderately witty — so why has it all but vanished?
The 1934 suite by Ralph Vaughan Williams demands a sympathy for the rolling contours of the English countryside
We experience people at their most depressed and their most joyful; their most selfish and their most generous
As England prepare to face the “old enemy” at Wembley, its impact on the nation’s mood — and our wider politics — cannot be underestimated
Decades later, I remembered my mother’s mental patients
This is a win for common sense, not the trans lobby
The key to successful selling is to cultivate collectors
When the news no longer feels like the news
What are the strategic options for American defence policy following the Afghanistan withdrawal?
The winners of the Cold War turned out to be the authoritarians, not the democrats
Liz Truss replaces Dominic Raab as Foreign Secretary
How much will MPs allow the Lord Chancellor to “rebalance” the constitution?