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Those of us who partake in open air swimming should be allowed to return to this miraculous prophylactic
It took me a while but now I really appreciate Amy Winehouse
The National Trust fails to re-educate its members, and a children’s home lectures us on white privilege
The first US presidential TV debate, Cleveland, Ohio
Neither Starmer nor Johnson know if local lockdowns are any more effective than national lockdowns. But both have dug-in to their positions.
Having the support of constituents is now secondary to Twitter popularity
What does the UK’s bilateral agreement with Cyprus mean for Britain’s presence in the eastern Med?
View from Oxford: Robert Beddard speaks from retirement
The space for criticism to exist grows smaller and the archways that sustained its presence crumble away, laments Sarah Ditum
Will Covid lead to a rebalancing of the British economy or will normal service resume? Graham Stewart discusses with John Mills
Hugh Grant’s acting career has experienced a well-earned renaissance in recent years