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Stephen Pollard is the former editor of The Jewish Chronicle
Horse racing is in existential crisis
Just who are our plucky Ukrainian friends?
You can’t build a nation on Dr Who, Gin and publicly-owned TV networks
Number 10, as a court, is now more-or-less sui generis
Serious Money tracks the excesses and indulgences of those with wealth to burn
Why is the modern British novel so terribly earnest and irrepressibly juvenile?
The horrors of Bucha have reminded us that humans are capable of evil on a huge scale
The conscience of the New World is here in the Old
But other countries are not so lucky
He discusses exile, the horrors of totalitarianism and why Russophobia is not the answer
The case to re-join the EU is today much weaker than the case to remain was during the 2016 referendum
A narcissistic generation reacts to the shadow of war