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If the National Trust is tired of promoting “heritage” what can be done to remind it of its purpose?
From the suppression of colonial documents, Caroline Elkins spins a tale of violence
Our urge to anthropomorphise animals obscures the fact that we are all part of the same complex ecosystem
A history as brilliantly labyrinthine as the city it describes
Urban planning should depend on local residents more than abstract debates
The triumph of emotivism
America and its allies are committing geo-political suicide for no discernible gain
Some people are born to rake over the coals of ancient scandals
The US supreme court decision is a victory for decency and democracy
The second-hand book trade has lost much of its romance and charm, not to mention eccentric establishments and their owners
We have long since lost the spirit of 1983
Is it time to give a grudging nod of acknowledgement to the BBC Proms?