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Alan Judd pays tribute to the great driver and remembers his rivalry with James Hunt
As Jamie Oliver's chain, Jamie's Italian, goes into administration, James Pembroke encourages a move back to the neighbourhood Italian
Oxford has embraced positive discrimination. Theodore Dalrymple says it's a disaster
His Brexit Party is tipped to win the European elections on Thursday. Yesterday, he was doused in milkshake. Harry Mount on the Marmite politician of the age
Laura Gascoigne visits the Astley Cheetham Art Gallery to investigate how a 19th-century Cheshire mill owner’s collection came to include one of the best groups of Italian Renaissance paintings in Britain
Roger Houghton recalls an encounter on a train with the former Master of the Rolls, involving a banana and a false accusation
May 14 marks the 75th anniversary of the successful conclusion of Patrick Leigh Fermor’s daring kidnap of a German general on Crete. But he didn’t act alone, writes Harry Mount
Christopher Howse speaks about the highs and lows of the golden days of Soho.
Author of D-Day: The Soldiers’ Story, Giles Milton, tells the story of the men who lived through D-Day.
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