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The Olympics have a weird and wonderful history
This biography on Sir Stanley Rous and sport in the twentieth century is scholarly, balanced and well-written, says Lincoln Allison
How did a violent male manage to sneak into a female space?
Beware of pointing the finger, even at the devil
We need to reset the overseas development aid discussion
Dominic Hilton spots a sniper on a balcony, has embarrassing encounters in lifts and thinks gender-neutral language would make learning Spanish a lot easier
Hannah Betts pays homage to the ever-chic Chanel
The plants are listening, says Hephzibah Anderson
Speaking to the “anonymous mole” who spies on the Corbynites
Should there be a new drama about Jimmy Savile?
Despite some political hang-ups, James Fox provides diverting stories on the history of colour
Six tests for the social care plan