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A mysterious 72 hours in Hong Kong for a lucrative lobbying job ended up being something much more sinister…

TV adaptations have masked the complexity and skill of Agatha Christie

Both Blair and Biden ceded power to left wing rivals; only one was a success…

All of us need to answer hard questions about the decisions we made during the pandemic

The battle for academic rigour at the home of the Scottish Enlightenment

The institutionalisation of gender-neutral language is designed to change how we think, feel and act

One hundred years ago two literary masterpieces changed the literary world forever

Lincoln Allison says the torrent of popular school stories that followed Tom Brown’s Schooldays inverted its central message of Christian reform

Huge economic and infrastructure challenges must be overcome if electric vehicles are to become anything more than toys for middle class drivers

In our partisan, post-truth age of fake news and “follow the science”, the link between facts, narrative and power has never seemed more stark