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Will the Supreme Court’s new justice be able to commit to American secularism?
Prioritising millionaires over working class communities is now standard practice for London Labourites
The abolition of the sex trade can’t come soon enough
Graham Stewart and Jeremy Black on how the British military has been shaped over the last two hundred years
As the days quicken and the shadows lengthen, our thoughts turn naturally to murder
Richard Overy has done a signal service with this compellingly written, impressively researched book
Why did the BBC give money to a pro-trans lobby group in the first place?
Do rising alcohol prices indicate the good times really are over — or could they harbour our freedom?
Why on earth would we want to see the same tawdry old stories endlessly re-enacted?
Michael Henderson on the old-fashioned music that the BBC doesn’t want us to hear any longer
Seek out dissenting transphobes and punish them without mercy
W. Sydney Robinson on the delicate
process of writing the biography of a
wary Sir Ronald Harwood