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Does Trudy Harrison still think opponents of the coal mine are in cloud cuckoo land?
Lewis Baston on the link between coalfields and the 2019 election
From Finchley Grammar to Jerusalem, Moscow, and Washington: David Smith recalls his lifelong association with Margaret Thatcher
James Snell reports on the deployment of British Troops in Mali as a part of the UN’s mission to counter jihadist groups
Pike abound in British rivers yet are seldom caught for the table
We need to think twice before saying chambers can’t take on a barrister due to private opinions previously expressed, says Andrew Tettenborn
In the run-up to London’s mayoral and local elections on 6 May, who will deliver on the promise to save the capital’s landmarks?
The truth about woke witchhunts is that there is no ethic of forgiveness in this religion
Alexander Larman writes an open letter to the artistic directors of theatres
The words Kipling chose should not be cancelled even if Frank Sinatra had a bit too much fun with them
Bad times at the Grey Lady
In his new book on Madagascar, John Gimlette tells of trouble in paradise