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An independent Scotland would be viable but why break up Britain?
Alexandra Coghlan enjoys two operas wrestling with the follies of old age.
Sixty-year careers offer glimpses into worlds apart, writes Antonia Quirke.
Thirty years after his death, Fassbinder’s influence endures.
The horror that followed.
The eminent historian and "Never Again" author on Thatcher, Blair, Brown, “overmightiness”, hindsight and the role of historical advice in politics.
Martin Amis’s latest book shows his changing vision of London.
Rachel Cooke winces and blubs her way through the royal celebrations.
John Burnside's nature column.
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