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Britain is in far worse trouble than we were 40 years ago
The petrol shortage could have been avoided if petrol stations had raised their prices
How do governments of past, present, national and international deal with crises?
New norms around “consent” are aimed at destroying the miracle of intimacy
Is Musk’s takeover of Twitter a good thing, a disaster, or just very funny?
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the path of German unification, from the failed revolutions of 1848 to the creation of Bismarck’s Reich
Barrister Robin Moira White has falsely accused the AEA of “transphobia” for defending women’s rights
A new performance of a Janacek opera takes one to the moon and back
DJ Taylor’s new collection of short stories
As we confront radical evil, we should look to the lesson of Good Friday
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart talk about the role of Prussia in the eighteenth century
The timid world of BritLit needs to be shaken up by a mutinous new clique of writers
Real men have grit in their eye
The local elections suggest British Indians are drifting away from the Left