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Tom Teodorczuk is an experienced journalist and researcher.
What does the downfall of convicted sex offender Harvey Weinstein mean for the UK’s dwindling film industry?
Considering women make up half of the UK’s population, it is high time that we put their wellbeing back on the priority list
Have the British people abandoned their love of liberty?
The expansion of executive power in America
And does it start with sacking its leader, Richard Leonard? Graham Stewart asks John McTernan
Tom Chesshyre has a soft spot for railway hotels
As Greene explained to his wife when their marriage ended, what made him a bad husband was precisely what made him a good writer
Adam LeBor delves into The Bureau, the utterly absorbing French spy thriller series
First have Christmas, then pay for it
Diversity is our strength? Or has history shown us otherwise?
The Faulks panel may prove to be a convenient fig leaf to allow government to override the rule of law