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Duncan Smith sees TPP membership as a means of securing an Anglo-American counterbalance to China in Asia-Pacific
Calls to change public life to protect women set a bad precedent for the way in which we view women’s freedom
As we celebrate International Women’s Day, has a year of lockdowns shown us that equality in the home is still a fantasy?
The BAFTA film awards have seen plenty of diversity in recent years, but have gone down in film history as the least diverse film awards ever. Why?
From the golden age of crime fiction to the modern day, Jeremy Black recommends seven books to see you through April
For his eighth novel, Anthony Quinn continues his noble tradition of producing a thumping good read
There is a crisis in the country, but not in Whitehall – why?
The Northern Research Group’s demands to the Chancellor
Racist cats in racist hats, Star Wars goes woke and a quick guide to cancelling a conservative
The response to the political plight of Navalny has demonstrated that many civil rights organisations are neither principled nor brave