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How the cultural shift and a departure from central purposes risks making the Church unrecognisable to the grassroots members who support it
The BBC’s fact-checkers just can’t cut it
The new Ireland dislikes Unionists as much as the old one
What I learned from years of sneaking onto Momentum calls
David Cameron kept a copy of Evelyn Waugh’s peerless satire on his desk, but Boris Johnson’s eventful career is entirely in the Scoop mould
The drives behind the Victorian periodical press and penny literature
The story of a man who once held his hand to the Olympic fire
J.D. Vance thinks the MAGA movement is about more than the man
Why are there so few conservatively-minded novelists?
The Church of England has plans, and the clergy aren’t happy. David Scullion discusses with Alison Milbank and Marcus Walker
What are the strategic options for American defence policy following the Afghanistan withdrawal?