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The Captive-bred lion industry has been under fire for some time and Unfair Game will only add weight to calls for its cessation
When big game doesn’t pay, it is replaced by cow and plough
When young boys access porn, women and girls suffer
The Critic Narrated: Episode One, with Matthew Lloyd Roberts, Claudia Savage Gore and Jonathan Aitken
How do you pick up your nephew if you can’t recognise anyone?
Last week Cambridge University Student Union published a guide to “Spotting TERFS in the Field”
The Russians assume we use Opera to project state power, I assure them that the government hate the arts
Good laws can’t be made if we don’t talk about them, and bad laws can’t be repealed in silence
The Critic Narrated: Episode Three, with Robert Hutton, Josephine Bartosch and Robert Thicknesse
The feminist fix: seeing an end to the sex trade
It’s time to let the man who saved the world, and the cinema, rest in peace.
Richard Overy has done a signal service with this compellingly written, impressively researched book
Remembrance day is like an arts and craft spin-off of the Great British Bake-Off