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John Self on debut novels that provide an insight into publishing in Britain
How much will MPs allow the Lord Chancellor to “rebalance” the constitution?
The Government’s is hounding distinguished societies from their prestigious premises
Fund managers are torn between maximising clients’ savings and saving the Earth
How the facts of Hannah Arendt’s life read like fiction
Why are pensioners the favoured customer of the National Trust?
Andrew Cusack says the influence of the Netherlands’ seaborne empire can still be felt around the world, from Manhattan and South Africa to modern Sri Lanka
Alexander Larman remembers one of the most exciting, page-turning novels ever written
Claudia Savage-Gore threatens to call the divorce lawyers
Richard Ingrams’ “roughing up” of G. K. Chesterton begs the question: who is creating a smokescreen around whom?
If the police won’t curb their officers’ active politicking, politicians may have to