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David Hare is an extraordinarily accomplished writer when he doesn’t revert to contemporary politics
Has the dysfunctional family replaced the dynastic one in politics?
PMQs is failing to explore whether the government’s Covid strategy makes sense
Is the tide turning against Thailand’s oligarchy?
The BBC has been wholly partisan in its coverage of Donald Trump ever since he was elected
Luciano Garbati’s new work expresses a widespread decline in symbolic literacy
The attempted cancellation of James Levine came at a high price for New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
Who’s minor and who’s major reveal the power of collective prejudice
Kurt Andersen’s ‘Evil Geniuses’ is a one-sided guide to the imminent future
Don’t scoff at the fad for houseplants says Hephzibah Anderson
How Ernst Jünger predicted the ubiquity of masks