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Lincoln Allison says the torrent of popular school stories that followed Tom Brown’s Schooldays inverted its central message of Christian reform
The crimes of the woke middle class come with the safety net of a judiciary that is in on the racket
The war in Ukraine shows tragic parallels to the earlier conflict
After an electoral disaster in the 1930s, Wakefield kickstarted the new Labour era. Can it do the same for Starmer?
A lineup of new books tackle the thorny China problem
This call for an overhaul of the sex industry is self-indulgent and short-sighted
Both Left and Right overstate their effect on educational ability and achievements in later life
From the suppression of colonial documents, Caroline Elkins spins a tale of violence
Cricket fans are the ultimate non-conformists
Why doesn’t British legislation protect free speech?
In defence of Glen Owen doing his job
A return to enchanted tradition in Siegfried at Longborough Festival Opera
An Englishman’s illegally small room should be his castle