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This collection of British music is what they should be playing over the speakers at Heathrow Airport
An exuberant return to the beleaguered lagoon city
It is bizarre in the extreme to focus criticism of empire on the Crown
The grim history of portraying women as mentally unstable
Statistics are an essentially alien language that humans did not evolve to recognise or understand
Who was Cecil Rhodes, really?
Jessica Douglas-Home recalls Roger Scruton’s risky but crucial work with dissident intellectuals in the Eastern Bloc
The key to successful selling is to cultivate collectors
Isobel Williams’s treatment of selected poems is literary charcuterie, as neat as it is naughty
Why is Cardiff actively spreading queer theory in schools?