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David Goodhart wishes The Critic every success
In Europe, Asia, Latin America and Africa small nations lead in terms of economic and social development
An anonymous academic on campus follies
The moments of interruption in Peretti’s stand-up reveal the constructedness of what we are watching
Daniel Johnson recalls the colourful life of Sir Peregrine Worsthorne
Proposed local government requirements would greatly impinge on freedom of speech
Let’s ask Michael. Where is Michael? Who put that knife there?
Tom Chesshyre has a soft spot for railway hotels
Chronicling the inroads of cultural Marxists, the woke, the right-on, and all the virtue signalling rest
The Critic’s new weekly podcast series, with Professor Jeremy Black
Graham Stewart talks to Jeremy Black about how the power of the US president has been exercised since the Second World War.
ACT’s former leader explains why in Saturday’s general election the free market party is likely to see its best ever result
Johnathan Ball was three years old, Tim Parry was twelve