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Manu Saadia is the author of Trekonomics.
The French Right faces its old demons and its moment of truth
In the rush to blame tech companies, we forget the ultimate threat to free speech comes from the state
Society needs to end the charade of delegating moral judgments on historic benefactors to schoolchildren
Having a fortune is not quite all it’s cracked up to be
The cult of Woke has old roots, deep in the mulch of evangelical intolerance
Do rising alcohol prices indicate the good times really are over — or could they harbour our freedom?
Diluting the meaning of a word disguises the harm of the real thing
Spare us the spectacle of incredible claims to reform criminal drug-users by showering them with more public sector love
Forget cake, it’s Boris’s porkie pies that will cause him problems
Christmas ghost stories are meditations on darkness at the darkest point of the year
The comparison between section 28 and the current trans debates is false — and insulting
Once a habit that cut across class, smoking is now masochistic comfort for the dispossessed