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US women could be about to achieve a level of equality not all of them actually want, by becoming eligible to be drafted in a time of war
Billingham is tight-lipped about his time in the SAS. His work afterwards provides the funniest anecdotes
Will Salmond’s Alba Party split or maximise the pro-independence vote in May?
The blocking of the Suez canal shows us how easy it is to disrupt global trade
Where would the late ciceronian speaker have fit into today’s polemical battles?
This album by the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and their departing conductor Vasily Petrenko is demonstrably irresistible
On International Dawn Chorus Day, there really is no sound lovelier than the competing noise of birdsong
On the second day of Maya Forstater’s appeal, Josephine Bartosch says victory would result in heterodox thinkers breathing a sigh of relief
It is a truth universally acknowledged that a long-dead author who is beloved by millions will, eventually, find themselves dragged into controversy
Malthusian extremists oppose GM crops that could save millions
Satire is supposed to be the unsayable, not virtue-signalling two-bit doggerel
William Poulos says that in his wisdom and readability, Llewelyn Morgan serves his subject well