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“Mandatory duties” under the Equality Act leave employers with little alternative but silent lunches
There are times, even in our dressed-down age, when clothes maketh the deal
Victims were failed at every level — could there be more cases to come?
Gergiev’s road to redemption
Individualism looks very different to the lives it excludes and discards
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
How the left internalised the misogyny of the modern state
Our enchanted, sometimes absurd, monarchy is one of the last focuses of common cultural experience
‘Disorder’ argues convincingly that world history now hinges on the price of oil
Trans people in the UK have all the same rights, and a few more besides
A medical vanguard aims to arm children against their own nature
Rachel Podger and Brecon Baroque, Vivaldi, The Four Seasons
Bailey has shown the strength of her character in the courtroom