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What can we learn from the economic consequences of the First World War?
Fans of Clive James cherished his poetry as much as his other accomplishments. This is an excerpt from Ian Shircore’s new biography, “So Brightly at the Last”, the first full-length study of the man and his muse
Our national broadcaster is on course for financial self-destruction and viewers no longer trust it to be impartial. Boris must rescue it
A film about the the Holodomor’s exposure should prompt debate on the famine-denialist Walter Duranty