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The key to Europe’s future lies with Mario Draghi, the technocrat who sidelined politicians and saved the Euro, but who now needs them to succeed as Italy’s PM
VDL’s hapless performance must be delighting Brexiteers
As the BBC’s adaptation of The Pursuit of Love begins, Alexander Larman questions whether the new dramatisation will do justice to Nancy Mitford’s 1945 novel
After a national Lent that has lasted a year, we can smell the blossom of hope
A third of Americans now support the splitting up of the nation into like-minded countries independent of Washington
The blocking of the Suez canal shows us how easy it is to disrupt global trade
Is the Home Office serious about sending asylum seekers to a British island?
Steve Morris celebrates the great British institution of the greasy spoon ‘caff’ and predicts that it will thrive again in a post-Covid world
There’s only so much defilement you can take of the principles you fought to defend
In the wake of renewed controversy over Philip Roth’s treatment of women, Nigel Jones asks whether there is a link between creative genius and sexual unorthodoxy
Is it right that Britain should be forced to extradite the political agitators of other EU states?
It is high time we ally elite education, irrespective of background, with the service of the public good