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Nigel Biggar reviews Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot, by John Lloyd
László Földényi’s essays are a collection that will leave you feeling sharp and more cultured, says Tibor Fischer
Louise Perry believes the old political labels are irrelevant for feminists
How has political reporting changed in the last twenty years, and is it all for the worse?
America is on the verge of a constitutional crisis
Cancelling exams would only widen educational inequality
Lady Swire’s new memoir dishes the dirt on the Cameronian Government
Listing misogyny as a hate crime could have grave implications for freedom of speech
How Soviet society, gripped by political correctness, descended into madness
Is Wikipedia’s neutral point of view truly dead?
The National Security and Investment Bill is a great first step towards ensuring Britain’s long-term economic prosperity