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A trip to the waste disposal site provides an insight into human nature
MPs need to stop questioning the rights of biological women
It is a satire of modern vanities, not a screw-up
The overturning of Roe v Wade is an opportunity for the UK to reflect on its own abortion laws
An actress turned author, a Kafkaesque fantasy and a 1960s re-release stir the imagination
Jeremy Black discusses how have the nations of the Caribbean have adapted to modern times
Bullfighting magnificence in Santander
After an electoral disaster in the 1930s, Wakefield kickstarted the new Labour era. Can it do the same for Starmer?
Shelley Puhak’s woman-versus-woman rivalry between queens is only part of the story
Jeremy Black discusses German identity in the 700 years between Charlemagne and the Reformation
Can a new report finally get rape victims out of the dock?
COVID, nationalism and Beijing walls