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York Membery is a regular contributor to the Sunday Times, Daily Mail and BBC History Magazine.
Why do some videos go viral while others slide into oblivion?
Thankfully, the two fascist leaders’ meeting at Hendaye remains nothing more than a footnote in history
British philosophy has become much more interesting, but they just don’t make philosophers like they used to
Stuart Ritchie’s ‘Science Fictions’ reveals a scholar committed not only to his own discipline but to the wider principles underlying all intellectual endeavour
Criminalising corporate worship is both damaging and dangerous for Scotland, says Rev. Dr William Philip
People are terrified of modernity’s great gift: the sudden freedom to make appalling noise, says Robert Thicknesse
Nick Cohen blames testosterone for his latest sports injury
Babs was a uniquely British actress and comedian whose true worth, thankfully, was realised comparatively early in her long career
The support being offered to the hospitality sector is far from adequate, and many businesses are falling through the cracks
Ethiopia, the home of coffee, falls apart under the world’s muddled gaze while Portugal implements arbitrary Covid-19 restrictions on caffeine consumption
Matthew Craske’s book challenges the prevailing idea of Joseph Wright as product and servant of rationalism and Enlightenment
Labour would certainly not win a general election if it were held tomorrow; but they are heading in the right direction