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Christopher Silvester on the essential, and undervalued, part editors play in film and documentary creation
Adam LeBor commends the BBC’s latest documentary on the Iraq war
Three is the magic number. Or six. We don’t know what the magic number is
The economy has shrunk by a fifth – so why is there no credit crunch this time?
The moments of interruption in Peretti’s stand-up reveal the constructedness of what we are watching
The Prime Minister would prefer to overpromise than exceed expectations
Christopher Pincher on the wine of Westminster
Nick Cohen says hamfisted Covid road closures are dividing opinion
Have the British people abandoned their love of liberty?
For a government which insists it is “following the science,” there is a striking reluctance to listen to the scientists
ACT’s former leader explains why in Saturday’s general election the free market party is likely to see its best ever result
Joe Biden’s rise is a reminder that the way to win an election hasn’t changed