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Did a Miami Art Gallery really sell a Rembrandt by accident?
Christopher Silvester on films of faith and the canonisation of three children’s divine visions
The danger of self-diagnosis
David Smith reminisces on his relationship with John McCain
The V&A reckons Alice in Wonderland is a self-help manual in the sex-war rather than the daydreams of an old Oxford perv
What happens if an imaginary grenade doesn’t explode?
The architects of the Belfast Agreement should honour its terms
Monument vandalism is a cover for an all-out assault on the country itself
Olivia Hartley and Dr Arabella Byrne talk about Napoleon’s legacy and why the French love anniversaries
The row over sending great British bangers to Bangor illustrates a dismal lack of gastronomic culture
The Scottish Conservatives self-congratulation is delusional. They have not stopped the SNP.