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After a recent incident in London’s Carnaby Street, Brice Stratford laments the “dire state” of corporate Soho
Is pedestrianisation the way to reopen Soho?
Social Work England are making people choose between their jobs and what they know to be true
For the media and the Government, only one crisis is worth bothering with
Scoundrel, liar, cheat and toady, George MacDonald Fraser’s Flashman is a creation of genius and a bracing antidote to our timid age
The Magic Box is Rob Young’s impassioned, occasionally impenetrable, psycho-history of the TV of his youth
Richard Negus says the cruel sentimentality of the Hunting Act scars the countryside to this day, but the biggest loser is the animal it purported to protect
Boris Johnson fails the Mings test
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the performance of the British forces in the war on terror
Alice Sara Ott gives Frederic Chopin’s preludes a “dazzling” contemporary twist
How important was it that Britain won?
In today’s pop world trauma is an asset