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Union hacks never die, they just go into corporate comms
California’s rulers again shift the blame to conservatives rather than admit their own incompetence
How is it that our most eccentric world leaders have been the ones disproportionately affected by Covid-19?
The thirst for power that hides behind diversity
Silvestrov writes almost as if Mahler is speaking to us from beyond the grave
With a wealth of original material, Daniel Smith meets all the requirements of high-class popular history
John Hume, 1937-2020
New Department for Education guidance helps to quell the fallacy of ‘transgender children’
Is foreign interference in British politics any different now than in the past?
Graham Stewart talks to Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president was exercised in the first half of the twentieth century, from Teddy Roosevelt to FDR
Louise Perry reviews Why Borders Matter: Why Humanity Must Relearn the Art of Drawing Boundaries, by Frank Furedi