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What are the numbers inside the parliamentary Tory party?
Scores of Tories have defied the Government’s instruction to vote for lockdown measures
An oyster without grit
This book offers an insider’s account of the extraordinary (in)decision-making among Johnson’s team during the most tumultuous year in modern history
A third of Americans now support the splitting up of the nation into like-minded countries independent of Washington
From digital streaming to diversity, Christopher Silvester rounds up the longest ever awards season
Oliver Wiseman on the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan this week
How Aperture 2025, the Academy’s new set of equality and diversity regulations, will ultimately stifle creativity
Social media “platforms” such as Twitter and Facebook plainly are publishers.
They should be held to account as such
Zemlinsky’s music is arresting and his ideas fertile and diverse, but he often goes unnoticed
Cuts are increases. Good deals are bad
Biden’s withdrawal from Afghanistan shows a reluctance to do things that are hard and necessary