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Cancel culture hurts most those who cheer it on
The Prime Minister knows his legacy is on the line
How should we judge the grandoise building projects of murderous dictators?
Everyone likes to shoot the messenger and nobody likes to hear “I told you so”
Our enchanted, sometimes absurd, monarchy is one of the last focuses of common cultural experience
The trickle of sporting knighthoods has now become a flood — who will be next?
Narrative, voice and good novels — not always at the same time
Why today’s graduates want to stay at university forever
Lisa Hilton at the Venice Biennale
We remain interested in Tocqueville because of the power of his thought, not his life story
The Church of England’s leaders don’t reflect its political diversity
Home comforts are preferable to enduring the expense and discomfort of the racecourse