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The Government’s new consultation programme offers hope for a long overdue reform of the Human Rights Act
An illiberal network of activists and quangos threatens our cherished academic freedom
Rob Hutton watches telly so you don’t have to
Do rising alcohol prices indicate the good times really are over — or could they harbour our freedom?
Hidden Lessons is filled with clichéd phrasing and, even worse, predictable and clichéd thinking
Anne McElvoy gives kudos to Cush Jumbo, who has a star’s ability to rise above the inadequacies and shine bright
Why do men with questionable histories want to work with vulnerable women?
Fighting antisemitism is not a “conflict of interest”
It’s a kindness of friends not to look at what we’re doing
This magnificent one volume history details the tumultuous days of the Indian army in the jungles of Burma
Why it’s time for Auntie to say goodnight
Renovating Westminster taxes the Leader’s ingenuity — and the public’s pocketbook
Carey is the tour guide of a magnificent villa telling of the wonders that lie beyond a closed door