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A foolish figure of speech was enough to incur the hateful wrath of the politically correct mob
Our leaders have let us down, so let’s resolve as individuals to end our dependency on the Chinese power wiping out the Uyghurs
The Long March draws together evidence that we half knew but shied away from
The Critic’s new weekly podcast series, with Professor Jeremy Black
How Ernst Jünger predicted the ubiquity of masks
Buying your way into the book charts is more widespread than you might think
Christopher Gibbs inspired a generation of dealers, aesthetes and designers
Feinberg / Winterberg: The lost works (Melism)
The Church of England has worked to broaden its diversity of background, but its diversity of opinion has declined
How quickly can the government pile-drive the economy into recovery?
Brexit proved there is a huge audience for a culturally conservative party, but who will fill it?
Withdrawing British judges from Hong Kong risks playing into Chinese hands