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And if it is – how worried should we be? Graham Stewart talks to Alistair Haimes
ASH Smyth remembers Ben Cross, Harold Abrahams, and the impact Chariots of Fire had on his 10-year-old self
The 1946 classic is a timely reminder that affection and loyalty can surface in the most difficult of circumstances
Mademoiselle was not much of a composer, too set on correct form to allow the flight of inspiration
Joseph Connolly treasures his friendship with his literary hero
Madchester? Sadchester? No, Gladchester, thought Boris
Greece survived the world’s worst post-2008 economic crisis and the heaviest refugee burden without yielding to far-right populism. Why?
The Home Secretary ought to be up to the job
Can talent quota restrictions based on biology really deliver increased profits, productivity and gain?
Maybe Theresa won after all?
Zareer Masani says the wartime prime minister has been unfairly vilified over the 1943 Indian famine