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James Le Fanu is a doctor, columnist and historian of science and medicine. He tweets at @JamesLeFanu
The wasp may be hated, but you’d be amazed by its intelligence
Why is Prince Harry publishing a memoir?
The chief constable of the Police Service of Northern Ireland is more interested in pandering than effective policing
John Martin Robinson’s second memoir pulls no punches against the cult of Modernism
Diversity is everywhere, but the BBC, the NHS, the Police and the Bank of England want more
How did a violent male manage to sneak into a female space?
The folly of public schools’ race to embrace the religion of wokeness
The architects of the Belfast Agreement should honour its terms
To save the next generation, don’t listen to the fans
We are getting dangerously close to saying British sitcom itself should be off limits
A.S.H. Smyth yomps to the scant, wind-battered ruins of the first British colony on the Falkland Islands