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The Rump Parliament had the right idea in 1649 when it closed down the upper chamber as “useless”
Johnathan Ball was three years old, Tim Parry was twelve
Would the super league have made football more American? If only.
The centrality of religion to the status and mission of monarchy in Britain and Europe
Without white progressives like me to supervise them, ethnic minorities are helpless and easily exploited
Grammar schools, Tony Crosland and the Encounter club
J. C. D. Clark reveals how Alan Dershowitz’s book is a nostalgic defence of the ‘American dream’ and of American exceptionalism
An employment judge may not believe sex is immutable — but will the appeal tribunal agree?
Racism is perfectly acceptable so long as it’s the fashionable type
Age hasn’t withered Dylan. He was always running towards it, arms open wide.
The true tragedy of Meghan’s book will be the better writers left on the bench
Why are we confusing ourselves with greek variant names?