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Global Britain loses out on the possible benefits of Brexit: the creation of a cooperative, triangulated, Regional Britain
When will we get serious about cyberwarfare?
Britain has proved a steadfast ally to Ukraine, whilst the EU has dragged its feet
Recalling the murky role played by civil rights leader Rev Al Sharpton in a notorious faked abduction case
Historical feminists knew better than anyone that biological sex is real
The good, the bad, and the ugly of crowdfunding legal cases
The acclaimed novelist harboured dreams of writing verse
This unfamiliar collection is the most enjoyable piano album of the year so far
The feminist fix: Don’t believe the dudebros who claim to be on women’s side, but want to take away sex-based rights
Sweden scorned the composer who could have been its greatest
Yoram Hazony’s purified conservatism risks losing touch with political reality
Symphonia or caesaropapism?
British prison sentences must be taken with a generous pinch of salt