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Does Dominic Cummings know what he doesn’t know about Defence policy?
John Bowers reviews Jewish Treasures from Oxford Libraries, by Rebecca Abrams and Cesar Merchan-Hamann
Joseph Connolly had never suffered a day’s illness — until he was felled by a “very unglamorous stroke”
The nation’s favourite fun run fully deserves to return
And if it is – how worried should we be? Graham Stewart talks to Alistair Haimes
Can a man loyal to his Oxford college really be all bad?
The news is bad, but on Del Rey’s watch the poetry is sometimes pretty good, and getting better
Tragedy struck Gustav Mahler, the archetypal summer composer, in 1907
Venice after people
Bias and censorship on social media are real problems, but Parler may not be a panacea
Nigel Jones laments the rise of the British snitch