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Could an editor not rescue Jonathan Haslam’s new book from triteness?
How Soviet society, gripped by political correctness, descended into madness
Rules are for the rest of you
Other than US media wages, why do BBC journalists want Britain to be America?
When the overwhelming majority of individuals are horrifically abused, as in the sex trade, we typically call for such industries to be abolished
The BBC finally gives voice to victims of trans ideology
Putting matters theological to a vote might seem odd, but it actually makes sense
Failing climate policies create international discord that benefits no one but China
The assisted suicide bill has practical challenges to answer before it should convince us to start down a dangerous path
The French Right faces its old demons and its moment of truth
In the rush to blame tech companies, we forget the ultimate threat to free speech comes from the state
The Critic Narrated: Episode Five, with David Starkey, Boris Starling and Claudia Savage-Gore
There is more to the artist than the Camden Town years of his most famous paintings