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Why bother with accuracy when you can get away with approximation?
Taking statistics out of context is a dangerous games, says Theodore Dalrymple
What is at your core?
The former inaugural chair of Parliament’s Backbench Business Committee recalls its first ever meeting
We may not know how best to help Belarus, but it would likely not hurt to look as if we might make an effort
It is wilfully forgotten that the Royal Navy was central to ending the slave trade
Why the “Decade of Health” campaign has left the UK feeling cold
The Democratic VP candidate’s officious manner betrays a bureaucratic vindictiveness
Svetlana Tikhanovskaya: The UK’s strong support against Lukashenko is better than EU which “cannot bring itself to agree”
Music directors who fail to provide any direction in times of crisis
Zero stars for the vacuous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra
If Norman Lebrecht goes a month without hearing Weinberg he feels the loss
The Overseas Operations Bill may prove Britain’s breaking point with the ECHR