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Can the Chancellor really be all give and no take?
Is pedestrianisation the way to reopen Soho?
California’s rulers again shift the blame to conservatives rather than admit their own incompetence
Can a man loyal to his Oxford college really be all bad?
The Deer Hunter remains the most affecting of Vietnam movies, Christopher Silvester writes
The new Meghan and Harry book is full of sycophantic trivia, almost as if it came from the horse’s mouth
Potatoes were hyped as the key to a well-nourished populace by the European intelligentsia in the 1700s
Our leaders have let us down, so let’s resolve as individuals to end our dependency on the Chinese power wiping out the Uyghurs
Farage will soon return from his political grave to ensure Brexit gets done
The Critic and Policy Exchange think right-wing academics are being censored. They’re wrong
And if it is – how worried should we be? Graham Stewart talks to Alistair Haimes