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Has any Chancellor of the Exchequer’s resignation been accorded greater indifference?
Will Javid’s tax on Amazon endanger a UK-US free trade agreement?
A beautiful and unusual book can lift the spirits of even the most jaded reviewer
Thomas Becket: murder and the making of a saint
Simon Hoare and David Hoey debate the merits of the Northern Ireland Protocol
Following the letdown of the new adaptation of The Pursuit of Love, Alexander Larman says that TV dramatisations of classic novels haven’t always been this bad
Steve Baker discusses with David Scullion the cutting of carbon emissions
In light of the Greenshill Affair, John Bowers explains how Lord Pickles should lead the advisory committee
Tibor Fischer discovers the first of many Roger Scruton cafés
Shirley Williams secured a selective school for her own daughter – but did not understand why other parents might want that choice
The short stories of the long nineteenth century through the lens of Covid-19
Professor Jeremy Black discusses with Graham Stewart how US and British defence and security reviews depart from, or continue, a coherent western strategic worldview