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Boris Johnson bears more similarities to the Tudor King than he realises – and not for the reasons he would prefer.
How a death that sparked an uprising has come to represent ambiguous feelings about change.
The life of a lawyer and MP who helped secure Kenyan independence still contains lessons for today.
When the first international criminal trial began on 20 November 1945, it set the precedent for holding war criminals to account, and an end to impunity for mass crimes.
The late princess has become a canvas on to which a generation of women have painted themselves.
Since it was unveiled in north London, a new sculpture commemorating the feminist pioneer has found itself at the centre of a fierce debate. Why?
Lost in the row over the National Trust’s new report on the colonial histories of its properties is any detail about the report’s actual purpose.
The Swedish state epidemiologist defends his country’s handling of the virus and gives his verdict on the UK’s coronavirus response.
Statues are nothing more than a stone supplement to the preposterous honours system – and they should be removed.
How the composer infiltrated every corner of culture, from Hollywood and literature to architecture and philosophy.
The anti-corruption journalist Georgiy Gongadze was murdered two decades ago. Young Ukrainians must not give up his mission.