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Academics in this country need to allow new ideas rather than orthodoxy and group-think
No matter who takes over the BBC, the corporation is irrevocably broken
The rise and fall of the British newspaper
Western lessons to be learnt from the Polish presidential election
Being an old-style radical is not winning me many friends – but I’m staying put
I’m listening to art made by dead people rather than DIY lockdown productions
Ed Davey is the new leader of the Lib Dems – but to what purpose?
A black-only university, Whitehall falls to the woke, and the long march reaches the Royal Albert Hall
Why cancel culture has gone too far, with Toby Young, Mike Mcculloch and Nick Buckley
Will Hagia Sophia’s Christian heritage survive under President Erdoğan’s ‘neo-Ottoman’ vision?
When politics is all-out war, everyone’s a loser