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Replying to @CultureHouse: Comedy gold: The Upstart Crow at the Gielgud Theatre reviewed

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Comedy gold: The Upstart Crow at the Gielgud Theatre reviewed

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Replying to @CultureHouse: Marina Lewycka’s The Good, the Bad and the Little Bit Stupid is completely bonkers

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Marina Lewycka’s The Good, the Bad and the Little Bit Stupid is completely bonkers

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Replying to @Spectator_LIFE: ‘Right-wing’ is a flexible term that can be applied to newspaper articles with which you disagree; people whom you disa…

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Replying to @CultureHouse: Richard Bratby watches a clown strapped to a gyrating crucifix being stabbed with arrows by a group of dancers in flesh-c…

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Richard Bratby watches a clown strapped to a gyrating crucifix being stabbed with arrows by a group of dancers in flesh-coloured swimming caps and black fetish wear. 'Now that’s relatable': Luisa Miller reviewed

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Promising to be a PM who stays out of the headlines, letting others get on with their jobs can be easy. Actually doing it is hard, says James Kirkup

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There’s already a whole graveyard of Protestant denominations filling up in America and Europe. Could the more conventional bits of the Anglican and Catholic Churches one day end up there, wonders Damian Thompson

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If you want the whole story of the modern Muslim world, written from a dispassionate, God’s-eye view, you may be waiting a long time.

For the moment, more personal accounts will have to suffice, says John Phipps

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‘Right-wing’ is a flexible term that can be applied to newspaper articles with which you disagree; people whom you disapprove of and things which you hold in revulsion, writes @AndyShaw1

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Replying to @Spectator_LIFE: The children of the global super-rich have no problem paying the £40,000 postgraduate fees meaning they vastly outnumbe…

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Replying to @CultureHouse: Having a baby is like joining a cult — full of other, more capable mothers

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Having a baby is like joining a cult — full of other, more capable mothers

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How should governments and central banks respond to Coronavirus, asks Matthew Lynn

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Replying to @SpecCoffeeHouse: Brexit could rebalance the economy away from the corporate giants and towards family firms and start-ups, writes Patri…

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Brexit could rebalance the economy away from the corporate giants and towards family firms and start-ups, writes Patrick O'Flynn

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Dear Mary: Should I return my pod coffee maker on moral grounds?

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Replying to @CultureHouse: Strange, sinister and very Belgian: Léon Spilliaert at the Royal Academy reviewed

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Strange, sinister and very Belgian: Léon Spilliaert at the Royal Academy reviewed

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The children of the global super-rich have no problem paying the £40,000 postgraduate fees meaning they vastly outnumber students with funding, writes David Swift.

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Replying to @CultureHouse: Dangerously desirable: the white-morph gyr falcon commands sky-high prices

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Dangerously desirable: the white-morph gyr falcon commands sky-high prices

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Replying to @Spectator_LIFE: Jessica Chastain is set to make her West End debut this year in Ibsen's A Dollshouse at @ThePlayhouseLDN, writes Rober…

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Why did no one believe Johnny Depp, asks Mary Wakefield

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Our cartoon at noon #cartoonatnoon

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Jessica Chastain is set to make her West End debut this year in Ibsen's A Dollshouse at @ThePlayhouseLDN, writes Robert Jackman

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