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The former Grimsby MP who championed Brexit long before it was popular
You can’t back a “United Ireland” whilst condemning “Greater Hungary”
Using our kids to virtue signal adult politics fuels anxiety and depression
War offers so much more in the way of profitable procurement than even the pandemic
The feminist fix: When they push, you push back just as hard
We have long since lost the spirit of 1983
Prevaricating UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres is finally flying to Kiev — but is it too late?
The Church of England’s leaders don’t reflect its political diversity
Lord Geidt’s thankless task: teaching Boris not to fib
The second-hand book trade has lost much of its romance and charm, not to mention eccentric establishments and their owners
Are there any Tories in the Tory party?
An unholy alliance of Berlin capitalists and intellectuals has disastrously misjudged the Ukraine war