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Telegraph UK - Entertainment

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Ahmed Albasheer: if freedom of speech is under threat in the West, the rest of us will never have it

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Cancel culture: what is it, and how did it begin?

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Def Leppard interview: 'We never wanted to smoke weed and stick two fingers up to The Man'

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The 100 greatest movies of all time

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Books - Read more

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The UK art galleries reopening in July & August – and the best exhibitions to see

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The 50 best jokes and funniest one-liners from the Edinburgh Fringe over the years

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Simon Callow interview: 'I don't believe in cancellation'

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The best open air concerts and drive-in gigs to enjoy socially distanced live music outdoors

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There has rarely been a more powerful case for restorative justice than Radio 4's The Punch

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Little Birds, episode 1 and 2 review: an erotic drama that's surprisingly unsexy

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The Covidiocy Chronicles: Madonna exposes the vaccine-hoarding elite (she thinks)

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