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Peter Young has previously been the Head of Research at the Adam Smith Institute. He writes on foreign and economic policy issues.
Deconstructing the left’s Cuban blockade fantasy is a matter of numbers
If we leaked the entire budget to the opposition, we might get better government
Liz Truss replaces Dominic Raab as Foreign Secretary
The only people I have seen trying to eliminate biological sex are third-wave feminists
Football fans know a Proper Club when they see one
Mark Humphrys faces the loss of his university post, if the online mob succeeds in engineering another academic dismissal on thinly-veiled political grounds
Was Yorktown really a triumph more significant than Nelson’s at Trafalgar?
Should there be a new drama about Jimmy Savile?
A journey back in time might be the only thing that can revive Doctor Who
Professor Katy Hayward tells us what Dublin and Brussels want us to hear
Fates in this unforgiving industry are long decided
We need to restore a sense of generational solidarity