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The feminist fix: If transwomen are women, why do so many men listen to them?
The pride flag has ended up symbolising nothing at all
Why won’t North Yorkshire Police tell us about their Intersectionality Conference?
France should look across the Channel before electing a journalist as president
Is the Navy really open to all?
Woefully out of touch and with falling congregations, the Church of England faces a crisis of leadership and theology
How long does the beleaguered Prime Minister have left?
Sex and the City’s sequel is more mini-lecture series than TV drama
Dried flowers are back in vogue, says Hephzibah Anderson
A crash course on the causes of modern civil wars
The death of religious freedom heralds a dark new chapter in world history
From Belsen concentration camp to eminent British sculptor
The transgressive, transmedial and transnational nature of the Gothic genre
Boris’s Bond bombshell fails to detonate