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The Two Donald Trumps
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Jonathan Headington contrasts Donald Trump's election campaign with his presidency and looks at who holds sway in the White House

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – The Sly Triangulations of Quentin Tarantino
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Thomas Cobb reviews Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, examining its themes, subtexts and place within the controversial director's canon

Devolution and Nationalism in the UK
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Jonathan Headington explores the history of devolution in the UK and its relationship to nationalism in England, Scotland and Wales

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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood – The Sly Triangulations of Quentin Tarantino
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Medieval Islamic Sectarianism by Christine D. Baker
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Nigel Hillpaul reviews Dr Christine Baker's historical exploration of the development of the Sunni-Shia divide in Islam

The Emergence of the English by Susan Oosthuizen
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Nigel Hillpaul reviews Professor Susan Oosthuizen's critical analysis of the origin of the English ethnicity and the extent of its Anglo-...

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Man on the Spot: A Broadcaster's Story by Bill Hamilton
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Bill Hamilton, to judge by the cover of his autobiography Man on the Spot: A Broadcaster's Story, is a well known and significant BBC reporter of his...
History as Chaos: Reviewing The Favourite and Vice
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Oscar-nominated films involving history aren't usually famed for their verisimilitude. The King’s Speech (2010) was an enjoyable picture which took...