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How can governments learn from their expert failings?
Persuasion works: three new books by gender critical feminists have captured public attention in spite of publishers
A large proportion of the English drive themselves mad with a baroque cocktail of fury, snobbery and self-hatred over Gilbert and Sullivan
Professor Katy Hayward tells us what Dublin and Brussels want us to hear
What are we supposed to fight for in the Pacific? Is it for Australia or for the sake of US pre-eminence?
Australia is still standing at the gates of hell, while the rest of the world has already been through it
The National Memorial Arboretum is an ambitious landscape of trees and statuary — but does it work?
Beware of pointing the finger, even at the devil
One is a feel-good gung-ho funster, the other man has to actually run the place
For Britain it’s sovereignty, for the EU it’s a niggle around sausages
Debunking a persistent talking point in the trans rights campaign