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Jill Nesbitt is a former journalist, she set up Women's Space Ireland to provide a space for women's views on the risks to sex-based rights posed by gender identity ideology.
There’s nothing gender-neutral about murder
Milking the Philistines — someone’s got to do it
Everyone likes to shoot the messenger and nobody likes to hear “I told you so”
Letters from the Falklands front: storming the embassy?
Campaign Diary: The sinking of the decaying Soviet-era warship symbolises Russia’s military malaise
Virtuosity amidst violence
Extra-judicial killing and its long aftermath forms the core of Linda Kinstler’s remarkable new book
The mainstream parties are betraying the aspirations of young people
The once dominant internet and media phenomenon has given way to more agile secularisms, but its legacy lives on
Boris bitterly regrets that his actions have consequences
Boris Johnson is reduced to conducting his publicity tours in secret
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the path of German unification, from the failed revolutions of 1848 to the creation of Bismarck’s Reich