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Is it time for the Tolkien industry to give it a rest?
Rakib’s Britain: Never mind the Red Wall, let’s talk about the East-West divide and a forgotten England
A travel editor gives up planes… for a year
Liberal Britain’s new blasphemy laws
France’s cycle of social unrest and politically polarised elections has its roots in the Algerian conflict and the ensuing unresolved struggle for the soul of the nation
Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all
The painter Ilya Repin straddled both Ukrainian and Russian cultures
There’s nothing natural about the environmentalism of modern eco activists
Conservatives must stop backing the disastrous NI protocol
A new history of the Interregnum rescues this forgotten period of history from oblivion
Trans charity Global Butterflies seems harmless — but are they really cuckoos in the nest?
Into the valley of death rode the 358