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David Cannadine’s thoughtful commentary of the Anthony Blunt affair utilises previously unpublished sources
The British state can neither gather, interpret, nor explain its own statistics
Why aren’t Tory Police and Crime Commissioners reining in hate hoaxes?
An obsession with the dangers of proliferation overlooks its positive effects
If the Government wants a coronavirus vaccine to succeed, it must first assuage public fear
The Overseas Operations Bill may prove Britain’s breaking point with the ECHR
Bluster and evasion come too easily to the prime minister
The Scottish Government drastically needs to rethink its approach to hate crime
This government caused the slump, but unlike Mrs Thatcher it has no fable for why the country suffered
Reviews of Martin Amis’s new book prove that the best questions are the ones that no one asks
To what extent should we separate an artist’s work from their period, character and ideas?