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How civil liberties organisations are more concerned with playing to their online audiences
Christopher Silvester reviews Groupthink: A Study in Self-Delusion, By Christopher Booker
Jo Bartosch is joined by Helen Joyce to discuss her new book and how the direction of the Trans movement is damaging to young homosexuals
Each constituency has a unique and fascinating history
Social media “platforms” such as Twitter and Facebook plainly are publishers.
They should be held to account as such
Christopher Howarth on his role in removing a prime minister
Twenty years ago, the Conservative Party was at its lowest ebb. But on the night of New Labour’s greatest triumph, one man promised to revive their fortunes…
The winner of the Wolfson Prize for History significantly advances neither our knowledge of Toussaint Louverture nor Haiti
LNER – the railway that is too LGBTQI+ inclusive for “ladies and gentlemen”
Whether ties are out or tattoos are in, there is a performative aspect that in both cases can hide a murkier if not awful truth
How should America deal with a newly aggressive and expansionist Beijing?
Could an editor not rescue Jonathan Haslam’s new book from triteness?