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Joseph Connolly reviews One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time, by Craig Brown
The Happy Traitor tells Blake’s story in a witty and sophisticated way, fully alert to its complexities and ironies
David Davis’s “whistleblower” has dropped a bomb. How long can Sturgeon run for cover?
The key to Europe’s future lies with Mario Draghi, the technocrat who sidelined politicians and saved the Euro, but who now needs them to succeed as Italy’s PM
Face the problem as it is — the modern academy is running on different train-tracks to liberal humanist thinking
Hannah Betts is hooked on the insouciance of a vast scarf
VDL’s hapless performance must be delighting Brexiteers
Will unionists or nationalists succeed in beating the Scottish system?
Do we really need another biography about Francis Bacon? The answer is emphatically yes, says Christopher Bray
Johnson doesn’t take responsibility for his own actions, so why should anyone else in the government?
There’s nothing like a beating stick to ram home a lie