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The author is a senior Brexiteer who has seen Boris Johnson, Dominic Cummings and others at close quarters.
Stonewall programmes stifle the very people they pretend to protect
His problems aren’t other people, they’re other people’s people
Beth Steel’s House of Shades is a confident new nod to the tradition of multi-generation family sagas
The UK has turned a blind eye to persecution for far too long
Where do Truss and Sunak stand?
In our secular age the Queen has been Anglicanism’s most compelling representative
The colourful history of the Tavistock Clinic
Offering prayers for the government — God knows they need them
What the backlash against women-only spaces reveals about rape, trauma and prejudice
Being the wealthiest man in parliament hasn’t damaged Rishi’s image yet, but that may now change
Maya’s vindication in court is a triumph for all women
The cult of mass university education saddles many students with unecessary debt, breeds dissatisfaction and does little to foster culture or enterprise
The US supreme court decision is a victory for decency and democracy