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Literary reputations are made and broken by a self-appointed clique of bien pensant liberal intellectuals

HS2 represents the guilt of successive central governments about the centralisation they are incapable of correcting

Already, the virus has been renamed “Covid-19” in a flagrant attempt at dehumanisation

The Chancellor’s rash splurge on infrastructure is a worrying sign that Britain’s economic policy is heading in the wrong direction

Far from being enemies of the people, our judges have a fine record in ignoring political considerations when making their rulings

The last thing we need is a future generation who can think for themselves

The Church of England has found God again

Brexiteers are right: parliamentary sovereignty is inextricably linked with national sovereignty

Gavin Stamp believed in what he saw. Roger Scruton saw what he believed in

Courtroom memoirs reveal fascinating details of high-profile cases, waspish views of politicians, as well as a QC who solved a notorious murder