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Seamus Flaherty is a writer and researcher.
d’Ancona is guilty of the same kind of arrogance and bad faith he identifies in other liberals
A new report is gratifyingly pro-freedom and pro-free speech
The architects of the Belfast Agreement should honour its terms
Attempts to “decolonise” school history ignore academic rigour in favour of mere tokenism
The Goes Wrong Show expertly mines hilarity through disaster
We need to stop celebrating men who do the bare minimum
Michael Gove’s NIP has pushed the DUP to the brink
Expelled from the Labour party, Loach can once again present himself as a rebel
Young people need to be taught resilience, not how to revel in trauma and fragility
Surrogacy bans set sexist restrictions on women’s bodies
Was Yorktown really a triumph more significant than Nelson’s at Trafalgar?