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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.
On the second day of Maya Forstater’s appeal, Josephine Bartosch says victory would result in heterodox thinkers breathing a sigh of relief
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about archival research and the importance of source material
Natascha Engel delves into Marc Stears’s new book, and asks: is there anything in here that will help us rebuild the Red Wall without losing our big city majorities?
Nick Cohen says pounding the streets brings its own rewards
The Northern Research Group’s demands to the Chancellor
How Helen McCrory blazed through her life and career like a comet
Tom Chesshyre on the railroad buff in the White House
Do we really need another biography about Francis Bacon? The answer is emphatically yes, says Christopher Bray
When the MoD’s top man signs off with a BLM hashtag it’s a brave official who doesn’t get the message
Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about Belgium’s greatest fictional detective