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Tibor Fischer discovers the first of many Roger Scruton cafés
Tibor Fischer in Budapest muses on Hungary’s fractious political alliance
Severe events are rare, but that doesn’t absolve us from our duty of care
Are social workers targeting mothers who serve frozen meals?
Biden’s Machiavellian moment
Woolly thinking, cloudy expression, and the possibility that great matters are at hand: two books by a pair of Foreign Office grandees
How can Keir Starmer want a female James Bond when he can’t even define what a woman is?
The problematic discourse is disingenuous opportunism
The nostalgia of live sport continues to live on
If the feminism you practice appeals to men, ask yourself what you are doing wrong
The city punishes those who accept the reality of biological sex and the material implications of existing in a female-sexed body
Claudia Savage-Gore crosses town to go the extra mile for Hector