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Theresa Villiers previously served as the Secretary of State for Northern Ireland and the Environment Secretary
Brussels isn’t living up to the commitments it made
The European Court of Human Rights is a necessary check against authoritarianism
Many of us will never live to see a jubilee again — what will sustain the Windsors without spectacle?
The UK has turned a blind eye to persecution for far too long
Rakib’s Britain: Domestic abuse is happening behind closed doors — and within closed cultures
Too many heroes like Henry Wilson have been neglected
Why does Britain turn into a pumpkin around 6pm?
Louise Perry suggests that ancestral prudence is now lost among the youth
It’s always hard to tell who’ll win and who’ll be sent to the glue factory
Big business acts as a mafia, squeezing suppliers and raising prices for customers
The joyous anarchy of football transfer gossip
When the Dust Settles is a record of an achingly human response to chaos and emergency