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Al Capone’s relationship with the movies goes back a long way, writes Christopher Silvester
Extreme gender ideology encourages women to shut up and be nice
The move to restrict abortion reflects public opinion on both sides of the pond
The Goes Wrong Show expertly mines hilarity through disaster
We should thank religious nuts for most of the liberal rights we take for granted
The row over sending great British bangers to Bangor illustrates a dismal lack of gastronomic culture
It seems “Global Britain” is smaller and less delicious
The problematic discourse is disingenuous opportunism
This is an enthusiastic and fluent guide to the world of beer, with an understanding that what makes it such a joy is to do with how it makes us feel
Richard Ingrams’ “roughing up” of G. K. Chesterton begs the question: who is creating a smokescreen around whom?
Are re-enactments of the Underground Railroad culturally insensitive — or a tool to help America understand its history?