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Finley Harnett trained as a journalist and currently works in the House of Commons for an MP.
This book offers an insider’s account of the extraordinary (in)decision-making among Johnson’s team during the most tumultuous year in modern history
Finley Harnett reviews the BBC’s Once Upon a Time in Iraq
The dogmatic insistence that unionists are being pushed towards a united Ireland
What American journalism’s “teaching moments” teach us about American journalism
Boris brooks no insult of our hardworking men and women in khaki and pinstripe
The promise of John-Paul Stonard’s Creation is poisoned by a revisionist agenda
The new Ireland dislikes Unionists as much as the old one
Why did the Chinese bureaucracy succeed where the Catholic Church failed?
Six tests for the social care plan
An ethical quandary surrounding Hunter Biden’s paintings points to a bigger problem
Samuel Beckett is at his best when he’s being brief
Despite all the evidence, the UK assumes that the EU is acting in good faith