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Jonathan Sumption is an author, medieval historian and former Supreme Court judge.
If MPs cannot curb rule by decree, then they have little constitutional relevance
How one Edinburgh student was censored by the student newspaper promoting free speech
The announcement may come on Thursday – regardless of whether a deal is concluded by that day
Alexander Larman talks to the Creative Editor of Penguin Classics, Henry Eliot about what makes a ‘modern classic’
View from Oxford: a letter to the Vice-Chancellor
MPs fighting the lockdown are sharpening their swords for an almighty battle with No.10
Lisa Hilton welcomes the locals back to Venice and enjoys a spicy nod to the city’s vibrant past
Ministers have always needed people to carry their bags and to tell them what a wonderful job they are doing
A British-American professor explains how diversity ruined academia, and how to reform it
The Anglo-Irish Treaty was signed 99 years ago this week. As Brexit talks enter the last lap, Nigel Jones argues that the Treaty could offer a model to follow
The coronavirus pandemic has decimated the nightclub industry, but will the shifting landscape sow the seeds for an entirely new era of clubbing?