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John Martin Robinson’s second memoir pulls no punches against the cult of Modernism
“Rewilding” is fashionable but there is more to it than letting Nature run free
Identity politics follow the same logic as racism and homophobia
The government needs to fix what the courts have done to the Union
There is a way to serve pasta and potatoes — with garlic
Round-up: what do these books tell us about literary culture in 2021?
Women’s bodies should not be for rent
As the architect of austerity against culture and the arts, is the former Chancellor really the right man for the job?
The High Court in Belfast confirms the Protocol’s constitutional vandalism. We will settle this in the Supreme Court
Anita Rani’s accusations only stack up when you realise she’s got a book out
Having gold as an anchor may not be perfect, but it does prevent the enormous expansion of public debt
Even when underperforming, transwoman Laurel Hubbard steals the spotlight from underprivileged women