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Edward Skidelsky is a senior lecturer in philosophy at the University of Exeter
The worst offenders in the new climate of intolerance are our universities
Balance China realistically: let her overstretch and bleed
Although Hermione rarely names names or dishes dirt with quite the enthusiasm that her mother did, then she too has her tales to tell
John Self welcomes the reissue of three works by Brian Moore, one of Northern Ireland few novelists who can stand toe-to-toe with the contemporary greats
In the post-pandemic world, travel is all in the mind
The assisted suicide bill has practical challenges to answer before it should convince us to start down a dangerous path
Why are publishers so sniffy about stocking fillers?
Why not flip the script, and let China lead the world out of the climate crisis?
You’ll be amazed what they’re trying to get away with now
Thomas Woodham-Smith discovers the joys of gardenalia
The Court of Appeal has ruled that there is no obligation on the State to allow the purchase of sex without criminal sanction
An engaging and thoroughly readable new biography on Boris Savinkov