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T. S. Eliot would despair at this year’s shortlist for the prize in his name
25 years on from the 1997 election
From the suppression of colonial documents, Caroline Elkins spins a tale of violence
Are civil servants the blameless dupes of “partygate”?
Why is the publishing industry so obsessed with debuts?
The world’s greatest band return to Liverpool — do they still have it?
The politicised trial of the Bristol statue topplers shows the law surrounding protests is mired in confusion
On the red clay of Stade Roland Garros, Nadal is God
A poorly-researched rush to judgement in both Oxford and Cambridge may not have served campaigners well
Has the Canadian premier’s shameful silence been bought with Tigray gold?
B-Day comes and a beachhead is secured
There’s nothing natural about the environmentalism of modern eco activists