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It's difficult to remember anything about this year apart from the pandemic, except that Succession served as a good escape.
Making jokes about getting old is still just about allowed. My contemporaries certainly seem to think so.
You have to shake hands and say “peace be with you” to someone you don’t know, which doesn’t feel very English.
As I travel the country with an exhibition of 18th and 19th century prints, I can't escape the idea that we are now living through Britain's golden age of satire
A new exhibition at the British Museum gathers seditious items from across the world and the centuries.
The shard was thrown on a rubbish tip, lay there for centuries and discovered the same time as Tutankhamun’s tomb.
Why are we so quick to take offence? The Private Eye editor on Orwell, Trump and the death of debate in post-truth politics.