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James Allan is the Garrick Professor of Law at the University of Queensland, Australia and a regular writer for the Spectator Australia.
A disturbing miscarriage of justice reveals Australia’s judicial system is in poor shape
Moving the Boat Race from London to Ely is a desperate measure
Laura Dodsworth follows and photographs the guerrilla anti-lockdown campaign projected across London landmarks
Leave literary reviews to reviewers rather than score-settling academics
The Ethiopian prime minister’s Nobel Peace Prize appears increasingly ludicrous as he risks civil war
Will Covid lead to a rebalancing of the British economy or will normal service resume? Graham Stewart discusses with John Mills
Baroness Lawrence’s report downplays the importance of genetic factors that predispose BAME communities to Covid-19 vulnerability
It took me a while but now I really appreciate Amy Winehouse
Adam LeBor delves into The Bureau, the utterly absorbing French spy thriller series
Can an app help treat mental health issues?
If MPs cannot curb rule by decree, then they have little constitutional relevance