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Poetry has been put through the academic wringer and obfuscated by jargon
Leave literary reviews to reviewers rather than score-settling academics
Starting a new political party is not as easy as it looks
Joseph Connolly had never suffered a day’s illness — until he was felled by a “very unglamorous stroke”
Smiling – one of the primary expressions of our common humanity – has been rendered invisible by the ubiquity of face masks
Spare us the snooty superiority of “real” writers affronted by celebrity novels
If MPs felt the cut to foreign aid was today’s worst news then they were not listening
A new EU is emerging. Will Ursula von der Leyen lead it to triumph or failure?
Woke Oscars tries to cripple the film industry, Stonewall capture the police and the Scottish enlightenment is cancelled
It appears Kier’s tiers’ fears draw near
Do the actions of the current pontiff signify shifting attitudes in the Catholic Church towards same-sex relationships?