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The governent’s attempt to regain the right to call an election is problematic
Will the Supreme Court seize the power to adjudicate on the calling of general elections?
In 2022, a new Scream film must face down more than monsters
It is a hardened atheist who does not ask a few favours of God as he fixes his bayonet
Wokeness is less an intellectual position and more a form of wish-fulfilment
Did peace prevail in the World Wars thanks to providential deliverance, or just a number of very fortunate occurrences?
“Mandatory duties” under the Equality Act leave employers with little alternative but silent lunches
Our societies have allowed special interests to tear down living architecture
Teeny little Global Butterflies is pushing for a new social order
What modern families are missing
Not all is grim and gloom in the British Library’s Tales of the Weird series
Carey is the tour guide of a magnificent villa telling of the wonders that lie beyond a closed door
The BBC risks putting social justice over excellence