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By means of proper framing, graphs can lie like a parliamentary candidate
The condescending contrivances of diversified dosh
The post-Covid recovery is set to roar, but will surely bring inflation in its wake
Survey data backs the Commission for Race and Ethnic Disparities’ finding that Britain is a successful multi-racial society
With Labour again promising to talk in a language that the voters can understand, a new book asks whether the party’s historical myths are the problem
At Greensill, who could doubt that David Cameron had no idea what was going on?
Could we be unwittingly researching both sides of a hypersonic arms race?
Don’t waste an opportunity to solve Britain’s biggest problem
Aw it’s not for you, it’s more of a Shelbyville wallpaper
Now in power, Vote Leave politicians have forgotten about the Electoral Commission
A patronising and draconian response to female genital mutilation risks victimising women who have already been abused
From psychological character studies to witty and fast-paced detective novels, Jeremy Black rounds up the best crime fiction for late Spring