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Hannah Betts is hooked on the insouciance of a vast scarf
The roar of the mower is a sign of life, says Hephzibah Anderson
Hephzibah Anderson plants her spring bulbs
Hannah Betts buccaneers into spring in nautical style
Boris’s secret is not treating the electorate like depressing raw material
Sisters Uncut have more in common with the thuggish police officers from the Clapham Common vigil than they would care to admit
We’re not expecting any rebellion on the Crime bill for months
Nicola Sturgeon’s defence is impregnable because it concedes so little usable information
The humble handwritten letter has made a comeback during the coronavirus pandemic – but will it last?
Nigel Jones recalls the time he spent in the home of the legendary German writer Ernst Jünger
Where would the late ciceronian speaker have fit into today’s polemical battles?
Nick Cohen on the ill-starred but seductive love affair between writers and alcohol
Following Carlos Menem’s recent passing, David Smith remembers his relationship with the bold and cunning politician
From trans rights to its independence strategy, a bitter war divides one of the most popular parties in Europe