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David Sergeant used to work for Spectator Australia and now works in the House of Commons for a Conservative MP.
In the continual absence of metaphysics, life – shaped for many years by the pursuit of comfort – is now defined by the avoidance of death.
The French Right faces its old demons and its moment of truth
Scotland’s Gender Recognition Reform Bill promises a difficult year ahead for the woman who self-identifies as “feminist to my fingertips”
Nigel Kennedy’s latest principled stand against “Jurassic“ FM and the forces of musical conservatism
Abiy Ahmed has joined the long list of Africa’s “democrats” who became dictators
Shoots must be places of buzzing biodiversity
Astor Piazzolla is so intimately identified with Buenos Aires that his wider relevance is often missed
China’s surprising take on a celebrated parable reveals a growing global problem
The man who made libertarianism fun
On the 50th anniversary of his death – what should we make of Nikita Khrushchev?
With only two remaining members from the classic 70s lineup, a lot is riding on the band’s new album The Quest
The BBC finally drop Stonewall