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If nothing else, Dido Harding has outperformed her European counterparts
PMQs is failing to explore whether the government’s Covid strategy makes sense
In the third instalment of his diary, Dominic watches a man doing ballet on top of the British Ambassador’s Residence, and deals with his rude neighbour
Backbenchers in the Tory party are gradually turning their private frustrations into rebel votes
For all his success, Heaton remains surprisingly niche – which is probably just how he likes it
Tibor Fischer in Budapest muses on Hungary’s fractious political alliance
Maybe Theresa won after all?
An online ‘clap for Sir Ed’ will no doubt be forthcoming for an award justly earned
An appraisal of the President’s foreign policy would find he was consistent, traditional, multilateral – and highly successful
Classics are classic for a reason
How far will regulatory divergence be permitted and how will disputes be settled?
Dominic Green on the history of transvestites, transsexuals and transgender