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An obsession with the dangers of proliferation overlooks its positive effects
Conservative parties may be good at winning elections but have they lost the argument?
David Hare is an extraordinarily accomplished writer when he doesn’t revert to contemporary politics
A day on the high seas with an armada of Donald Trump supporters
Ironically, a denial of academic political bias reveals bias, pretension, and pseudo-intellectualism
Power operates within a militia movement in which no one is invulnerable
The Critic’s new weekly podcast series, with Professor Jeremy Black
Starmer’s first order is last orders for pubs
Will the Internal Market Bill breach the Withdrawal Agreement?
The moments of interruption in Peretti’s stand-up reveal the constructedness of what we are watching
Having the support of constituents is now secondary to Twitter popularity