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Len Shackleton is an Editorial and Research Fellow at the Institute of Economic Affairs.
What’s gotten into the Advertising Standards Authority?
The thrill of digging up — and eating — the first new potatoes of the year
History repeats itself in more ways than one
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
Trans charity Global Butterflies seems harmless — but are they really cuckoos in the nest?
Victims were failed at every level — could there be more cases to come?
He didn’t quite dress up as Maggie, but he did everything but
We remain interested in Tocqueville because of the power of his thought, not his life story
Whoever replaces Boris Johnson has to make radical change
Apologies are the end, going is the start
MPs need to stop questioning the rights of biological women
The culture war in our universities is sweeping away cherished illusions