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Why do men with questionable histories want to work with vulnerable women?
Both Mary Seacole and the Girl Guides deserve better
The unaccountable group that shapes hate crime policy
TERF basher Dr Adrian Harrop succumbed to Twitter’s intoxicating brew of self-righteousness and disinhibition
Once a habit that cut across class, smoking is now masochistic comfort for the dispossessed
An author challenges her nation’s collective and individual self-deceptions
The Tories are sailing into a storm
Professor Jeremy Black discusses why and how Europe was engulfed in wars with France between 1792 and 1815
Nostalgia has long been the key to pop’s survival
A vast global market in stolen and forged art and artefacts has only grown in the context of the pandemic, but technology and international policing may be catching up
Did peace prevail in the World Wars thanks to providential deliverance, or just a number of very fortunate occurrences?
Are policy makers finally waking up to the harms of behavioural science?
Now that the BBC has a taste for turning its own scandals into prime time ratings, I’ve wasted no time pitching similarly eye-catching ideas