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Tragedy struck Gustav Mahler, the archetypal summer composer, in 1907
Jacob Rees-Mogg remembers a man who knew how to handle people
How will increased 1-on-1 learning fit into the future of education?
In a free reworking of “Cyrano”, it takes pizzazz to rewrite French alexandrines in the manner of Eminem
Graham Stewart meets the historian and biographer who is as familiar with today’s leaders as with the great figures of the past
The Conservatives can hardly claim to be the friend of the armed forces
A German radio broadcaster on what he’s learnt about the British