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‘If I can get them walking the editors and staff of The Critic will be demonstrating with Extinction Rebellion in six months’
I turned myself from a wine-sodden, desk bound, muscleless lard mountain into a reasonably fit person. And you can too
How successfully did Britain’s armed forces adapt to the reality of the First World War?
There is a wealth of diverse talent out there — all we have to do is listen
London and Bern need to coordinate their approach to the EU
Do historians and biographers have a moral right to be shown classified documents?
The appointment of a chief conductor little affects the general performance of an orchestra
The GRU, Unit 29155 of Russia’s military intelligence service, is a remarkable failure of counterintelligence and politics from the West, says James Snell
In a new lecture for Gresham College, Ivan Hare QC discusses the law’s attempts to deal with hatred and vilification throughout history
A patronising and draconian response to female genital mutilation risks victimising women who have already been abused
Could we be unwittingly researching both sides of a hypersonic arms race?
Social media “platforms” such as Twitter and Facebook plainly are publishers.
They should be held to account as such