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Pay disparity does not prove an underlying system of discrimination
Women may now account for 64 per cent of fine arts graduates in Britain but research shows the old values remain entrenched, says Michael Prodger
A trio of novels that are connected by their surprising manner of finding their way to us
The Modern Dometheus
I listened to somebody shoot a man twice in the head
Auction houses have enjoyed a stellar pandemic, but could their online success prove a curse?
What does Amazon’s purchase of MGM mean for cinema?
Is this the end of the hospitality industry?
LNER – the railway that is too LGBTQI+ inclusive for “ladies and gentlemen”
Nobody could accuse Hockney of over-exerting himself
Thomas Becket: murder and the making of a saint
The response to the political plight of Navalny has demonstrated that many civil rights organisations are neither principled nor brave