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Mark Piggott is an author and journalist.
What happened to the early eighties world of doc martins and Mohawks?
Researchers should re-think prescribing magic mushrooms for depression
Despite its seductive qualities, violent protest rarely ends well
Can Northern Irish politics evolve beyond nationalism and republicanism?
Prevaricating UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is finally flying to Kiev — but is it too late?
Schools should be a safe space away from the ghoulish blue light
Professional counselling bodies have sided with Stonewall against standard paediatric practice
Letters from the Falklands front: storming the embassy?
Owen Hatherley offers a vital but frequently flawed guide to post-war British architecture
Putin is having his Stalin moment, and may regret it
Kenneth Clark has been unfairly accused of elitism; he wanted to democratise the glories of Western art and make it available to all
You can’t take a stand if you don’t know where you stand
A new history of the Interregnum rescues this forgotten period of history from oblivion
Women need better application of the law, not new legislation from posturing MPs