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Our leaders have let us down, so let’s resolve as individuals to end our dependency on the Chinese power wiping out the Uyghurs
Can anything save the Uighurs?
Mark Le Fanu goes to the Musée Nissim de Camondo, the Marmottan, and the Musée Antoine Bourdelle
The Health Secretary’s latest statistical blunder shows his wishful thinking
What is the Government going to do about the Northern Ireland Protocol?
In praise of pop smut
Rejoice, Ripley is back! But why are we so drawn to Patricia Highsmith’s anti-hero?
Cassandra Russell on the university students who game the system by self-diagnosing as psychologically unwell
Does age-blind casting work when adapting Shakespeare?
Louise Perry reviews ‘Self-Portrait in Black and White’ by Thomas Chatterton Williams
In the continual absence of metaphysics, life – shaped for many years by the pursuit of comfort – is now defined by the avoidance of death.
John Self examines three varied, emotionally satisfying novels that together come in at less than the length of a single Mantel