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Choosing a school in London is now a political decision
Lucy Kellaway’s memoir is a must-read for anyone considering the profession
The middle-class appropriation of a well-intentioned campaign
Why we should listen to the Tories who opposed 1776
The Corporation’s diversity obsession is the problem, not the solution
Urban planning should depend on local residents more than abstract debates
Bach’s Goldberg Variations have a rich history that far transcend its modern association with Glenn Gould
Cyril Mann’s muse, Renske Mann, rescues the artist from forgotten obscurity
MPs made their bed, but that doesn’t mean we have to lie in it
Are there any Tories in the Tory party?
Attacking it attacks the very essence of Britishness
A 2015 comedy starring Volodymyr Zelensky is now showing on Channel 4
Twinkly-eyed twentieth century mischief makers have crashed out of fashion
Why are Health Talk and Oxford University promoting GenderGP?