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In the obsession with infection metrics, we seem to have lost sight of what’s important about school itself
A new history of movie directors is full of insight, felicitous phrases and subtle put-downs
While republicanism currently remains an underground interest, there is a real risk it could grow once Charles assumes the throne
What happens when you don’t recant from criticising trans orthodoxy?
Dan Hicks, The Brutish Museums: The Benin Bronzes, Cultural Violence and Cultural Restitution (Pluto Press)
Backlash to the LGB Alliance’s charitable status shows that organisations which once stood-up for the right to be homosexual now undermine the concept
Following the collapse of the sixteenth-century sea fort, Brice Stratford says that the disaster was completely avoidable
The GRU, Unit 29155 of Russia’s military intelligence service, is a remarkable failure of counterintelligence and politics from the West, says James Snell
Rishi goes back to tax and spend
Will Salmond’s Alba Party split or maximise the pro-independence vote in May?