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Ewa Dymek & Mateusz Dymek review Me and White Supremacy, by Layla Saad
MPs get unconscious bias training, Terfs are sacked, Adele offends the woke gods and Stonewall get into Rugby
Nigel Jones looks at how the mistresses and girlfriends of rulers have exerted political power throughout history
It took me a while but now I really appreciate Amy Winehouse
Robin Aitken’s analysis is idiosyncratic but rings true
New music was not officially muted in the Soviet Union. It just got left at home, says Norman Lebrecht
Why are people fighting a long-dead slave trade rather than resisting the triumph of a real one?
What if the real Brexit drama was … over a long time ago?
There is no need to make Sherlock Holmes more likeable, part of his brilliance is in his ambiguity
Let’s ask Michael. Where is Michael? Who put that knife there?
The Democratic VP candidate’s officious manner betrays a bureaucratic vindictiveness