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The Great Reformer
Michael Gove was the most dynamic education secretary Britain ever had
The Irish Free Variable
A trip through Ireland in the sixties showed a country full of contradictions - which still blight the landscape today
An exhibition on Anne Frank details the lessons we should learn from her story, but making the past relevant today is not that simple
Georgians Really Revealed?
An exhibition rightly highlights a much overlooked anniversary but misses some key points about its subject
London: A New Rome?
Contrary to what Consul Boris says, the capital is an unsustainable subsidy-junkie
The Enemy Within
Jack Ryan is a modern hero taking on a modern Russia
Playing With The Devil
When should sporting events be boycotted?
‘Home births are like letting your child not wear a seatbelt.’ Really?
The authors of an academic article on childbirth have sacrificed common sense in a bid for publicity
The 19th-century Italian's musings on political and economics hold surprising insights into what it is to be human
An Ordinary Chap, Sufficiently Motivated
'I have spent this week in the lonely position of one who admires both Nelson Mandela and Margaret Thatcher'
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above