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Neither Roy Jenkins nor Enoch Powell became prime minister, but they are our two most influential postwar politicians

The massive left-wing bias on campus is putting conservative students at risk

Biden, Sanders and Warren battle it out to take on Trump

If the Spartans had voted for May’s deal, Brussels and Corbyn would have been in control

Jon Moynihan: The flamboyant businessman who played a key role in Brexit

A Lobby made man on the decline of the parliamentary press from feared newsbreakers to humdrum hacks

A toxic mix of porn and “woke” feminism has produced a dangerous new misogyny

Lisa Hilton debunks a growing myth about a monarch’s consort

India is gripped by a “rape emergency”, a brutal conflict that is escalating

Why do people — and men in particular — dress so vilely now?

Gertrude Himmelfarb: an intellectual giant who believed history could save us

Beyond the breaking glass of his public interventions, Sir Roger Scruton was a peerless intellectual

Julie Bindel on how transgender ideologists are winning the battle for media hearts and minds