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Issue: May 2014
Typecast by the ‘ologies
‘I know that my obituary will read "Lipman Gets Cut Off", but I honestly thought the BT 'ology commercials were toasted bagels-until Nigel Farage brought it all back'
Master of the Glories of the English Country Garden
The work of Eric Ravilious
Its time for the metropolitan elites to broaden their horizons
Realism in the Middle East
‘The Arab-Israeli conflict defies solution. It is time the West recognised that the differences are irreconcilable-and the sooner the better'
Points East & West
Farage and The Times
Does Rupert Murdoch know about his paper's vendetta against the UKIP leader?
Changing the Conversation
‘Why can’t we alter the conversation on art from “But is it art?” to “Is it any good?”’
The Outsider's Diary
Keeping Them all in Awe
Unless Europeans and Americans reform government by cutting back its functions and adopting the best practice in delivering services, from Indian medicine to Singaporean welfare, they risk being overtaken by China and other rivals.
What is the EU’s True Cost?
The must be clearer information on the cost of Britain's EU membership
Inclusion in India
What the Indian elections mean for a first-time voter
Can Adolf Hitler ever really be a figure of fun?
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