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Shuichi Tezuka and Linda A. Ashtear are pseudonyms of two American academics.
Is Wikipedia’s neutral point of view truly dead?
Zareer Masani says the wartime prime minister has been unfairly vilified over the 1943 Indian famine
Understanding George and his reign is crucial to our post-progressivist consideration of the history of patriotism
Compost is the heart of a garden, says Hephzibah Anderson
Why is it that Eddie Izzard strutting in heels is perceived as more progressive than us boring old vulva-owners in our flat shoes?
Actors are cancelled, █████ is erased from history and the BBC gives meat-eaters a grilling
Are we just going to continue outsourcing every foundational fibre of our being?
Was it worth it?
If a biography of Boris had been published after his election victory it could have been fairly titled “Boris: A Study in Success”, but twelve months is an eternity in politics
Daniel Johnson recalls the colourful life of Sir Peregrine Worsthorne
What we have is pure storytelling delight, a page-turner that works forwards and backwards as the reader fills in the gaps