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Paul Lay and Nick Timothy discuss the morality — and immorality — of football
Cryptocurrencies have gone from geek heaven to serious business
Being the wealthiest man in parliament hasn’t damaged Rishi’s image yet, but that may now change
She was nasty, crude, racist and often a poor writer — so why is she revered?
A treatise on the life and mating habits of the party political activist
Should social media channels be scrutinised for hosting material which promotes gender transition?
Jeremy Black discusses German identity in the 700 years between Charlemagne and the Reformation
The UK’s prominence as a place to buy and sell the most prestigious art is under sustained threat
The joyous anarchy of football transfer gossip
Simplicity is best for a Glyndebourne picnic
Can liberal philosophers be used to justify censorship?
A medical vanguard aims to arm children against their own nature
Britain has proved a steadfast ally to Ukraine, whilst the EU has dragged its feet