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Justin Elderman writes on the politics of the civil service.
Why don’t ministers care about the politics of their civil servants?
Does Trudy Harrison still think opponents of the coal mine are in cloud cuckoo land?
Hannah Betts is hooked on the insouciance of a vast scarf
The president is struggling to make, let alone keep, his school reopening promise
China’s leaders are growing impatient as they seek to shape world opinion
The magazine that declares its main aim is to review books does anything but
Governors of boarding schools are supposed to be custodians, not political activists
As Line of Duty now seems mired in the complexity of its own backstory, Alexander Larman asks if on-screen plots have become too complicated for us to enjoy
David Scullion speaks to Nick Buckley about his ambitions for Manchester
Criminalising corporate worship is both damaging and dangerous for Scotland, says Rev. Dr William Philip
From Finchley Grammar to Jerusalem, Moscow, and Washington: David Smith recalls his lifelong association with Margaret Thatcher