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There is an ignoble history of outgoing administrations making things harder for their unwelcome successors – and Trump’s departure was no exception

Daniel Pipes’s quest to understand the English national character leaves him none the wiser

Like Mr Stimpson in the film Clockwise, Boris Johnson is learning about the perils of fostering hope

The investor and author of Moo’s Law, Jim Mellon, talks to Graham Stewart about the coming agrarian revolution

From laugh-out-louds to gripping plots, Jeremy Black recommends murder mysteries for the end of the month

Professor Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about what made French politics and society distinctive in the decades before and after WWI

Bishop Nazir-Ali replies to Frederic Raphael’s Open Letter to Jesus

The polar cities of Arkhangelsk and Murmansk somehow attract a hardcore of visitors for whom winter isn’t a dirty word

If Gab’s ideal of freedom is defined by Christian Reconstructionists and fascist philosophers, then free speech will be the means, rather than the end, of the reconstruction of social media

The EU is now demanding that it has an ambassador of equal standing to any nation state. So is the EU a state after all?