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The investor and author of Moo’s Law, Jim Mellon, talks to Graham Stewart about the coming agrarian revolution
The psychology of political incompetence is brought out well in Niall Ferguson’s Doom
Robert Thicknesse on the woes of modern, British opera
Two years on from the gripping World Cup Final, there are few pops and bangs this year at Lord’s
The very reasons why single-sex spaces for women exist are seen as secondary to male desire for self-actualisation
Washington’s new family-friendly consensus doesn’t run as deep as it appears
John Self on debut novels that provide an insight into publishing in Britain
This collection of British music is what they should be playing over the speakers at Heathrow Airport
Is the call to rename Snowdon a real grievance or just another case of anti-Englishness?
I trust you’ve brought enough of that public spending for everyone?
Lord Geidt has not started well as the Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests