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The leaked “Afghanistan Papers” tell a story of cover-ups at every level of America’s longest war. But can we really expect anything different?
The public expects more Government action on vocational options, says the Chief Economist at the Social Market Foundation
Maybe the real Boris was the classic Boris we met along the way?
The whole history of the West is — to confound the simplicities of the woke — one gigantic act of “cultural appropriation”
Lisa Hilton asks whether Twitter mobs should be able to police the imagination of novelists and playwrights
When will we get serious about cyberwarfare?
Jeremy Black says that the question is not whether the Conservatives should initiate a culture war but how far and how best to conduct a defence
Go, Johnny, go!
Steve Baker discusses with David Scullion the cutting of carbon emissions
Johnson doesn’t take responsibility for his own actions, so why should anyone else in the government?
A theory dismissed as ‘disinformation’ has suddenly gone mainstream