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Central banks will come under increased pressure to “do good” by politicians
Labour will take a long view on borrowing in order to avoid being the party of big tax rises
Daniel Johnson says the fact that Foucault scholars now overlook his advocacy for sex with boys shows the great libertine failed to overturn Judaeo-Christian morality
What would the German-born American political theorist Hannah Arendt make of Donald Trump if she were alive today?
In terms of sheer wealth of experience, few conductors can compare to Gianandrea Noseda
John Self says that while writing has always been seen as a vocation, the characters many authors care most about are the ones printed on their royalty statements
Nicola Sturgeon can sacrifice others in order to protect herself
The rambling and discursive nature of the writing lends Rupert Everett’s book an enjoyable appeal
What does the defence command paper reveal about Britain’s priorities for its armed forces?
Philanthropist and business leader Jonathan Oppenheimer says that economic policymakers should take a lesson from vaccine regulators in 2021
The whole history of the West is — to confound the simplicities of the woke — one gigantic act of “cultural appropriation”
Government discussions on the Northern Ireland Protocol have resolved into three options