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Al Capone’s relationship with the movies goes back a long way, writes Christopher Silvester
Virtue-signalling companies should put their money where their mouths are
The home of mid-budgeted literate films aimed at adults is no longer at the cinema
Tech UK is taking money from CCP-influenced tech giants to lobby UK politicians
Why did Sarah Hussein’s death not attract anything like the interest in Sarah Everard?
Findings from lockdown suggest environments lacking the complexity of life may pose a threat to humanity
Goldsmiths University wants to topple the men who saved England
Real progress will require more than BBC telling its audience about cultural appropriation in a Brummie accent
Party conferences are insights into the parties’ souls — insights that are not always reassuring
You have to wonder what the government has against the young
How can a man who leaves state secrets at the bus stop keep his job?