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1863–85 (credit: V&A)
Was the “Scramble for Africa” in the late nineteenth century strategically planned?
Great times to be had in Canterbury despite occasionally clunky comedy and some scandalously overpriced wine
In 1912, Parliament debated mandatory vaccines for the feeble-minded
If you’re not annoying Lindsay, are you even a Cabinet Minister?
It is a hardened atheist who does not ask a few favours of God as he fixes his bayonet
Decriminalising cannabis is the last thing London’s young people need
After a year of progress, “conversion therapy ban” law threatens to resurrect bad gender policy all over again
Women deserve better than a half-baked poster campaign
The Online Harms Bill promises safety for children but protects the very elites who corrupt and harm the young
Forget cake, it’s Boris’s porkie pies that will cause him problems
An author challenges her nation’s collective and individual self-deceptions