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Sir Graham Brady is the MP for Altrincham and Sale West since 1997. He is Chairman of the 1922 Committee of Conservative backbench MPs.
greater scrutiny will act as a discipline on ministers and their advisers
The attempted cancellation of James Levine came at a high price for New York’s Metropolitan Opera.
ACT’s former leader explains why in Saturday’s general election the free market party is likely to see its best ever result
A highly informative history of ideas let down by a drumbeat of liberal bias
An obsession with the dangers of proliferation overlooks its positive effects
Three is the magic number. Or six. We don’t know what the magic number is
Following a brief loss of balance in a London watering hole I ‘took the knee’ – but that doesn’t detract from the symbolism
Graham Stewart talks to Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president was exercised in the first half of the twentieth century, from Teddy Roosevelt to FDR
Baroness Lawrence’s report downplays the importance of genetic factors that predispose BAME communities to Covid-19 vulnerability
Why should we expect BBC lifer Tim Davie to end BBC bias or high pay?
How effective have high-risk media events been for French foreign policy?