The famously dull corridors of power in Brussels suddenly sprang to life after the birth of the euro. It's getting personal
The European parliament's attack on the commission's culture of cronyism could be just the start of the fun
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Roger Scruton's exhilarating tirade against modern culture recommends taking refuge in high art. But art won't tell you how to live
Britain's famous obsession with class is, paradoxically, the result of an unusually high level of social mobility
The world may be returning to a pre-1929 condition of endemic financial instability. Christopher Huhne considers two proposals to bring order to the markets
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