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Jack Stacey works in communications and as a freelance writer. Follow him on Twitter: @StaySee123.
The parallels between the latest incident of cancel culture and George Orwell’s 1984 are uncanny
It is a strange world we live in when a musician’s personal politics leads to as much uproar as Winston Marshall’s case has
Instagram activism serves the self instead of solving the problem
Women would be fools not to hate those who abuse us
How endless optimism can make it difficult when confronted with unpleasant choices
Goosby has all the technique anyone could need — but he still has a lot to learn about taste and selection
John Martin Robinson’s second memoir pulls no punches against the cult of Modernism
It’s important not to try too hard to remember what was and wasn’t illegal during the various lockdowns
Thanks to “critical theory”, the study of English literature has become overrun with boring academics who hardly inspire the next generation
Crime and thriller titles have replaced Strictly Come Dancing as the new craze for celebrities
What is the government supposed to do with Tom’s “rage”?