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The government is legislating for private conversations between adults
Is banning gay conversion compatible with letting children change their gender?
The petrol shortage could have been avoided if petrol stations had raised their prices
Brexit has been blamed for the decline of the British press, but the mainstream media was broken long before we left the European Union
Feminist protests put a puritanical limit on the aesthetic quality of nudity
Attempts to “decolonise” school history ignore academic rigour in favour of mere tokenism
Women would be fools not to hate those who abuse us
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Who was Cecil Rhodes, really?
Richard Ingrams’ “roughing up” of G. K. Chesterton begs the question: who is creating a smokescreen around whom?
30 years on from the Moscow Coup, Gerald Frost remembers the man bent on bringing down the Soviet Union
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