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In the hands of the police it’s a symbol of love — Anyone else will be arrested
By excluding the unvaccinated from the Eucharist, the church sets its face against the faithful
Hate crimes operate as a contemporary, de facto blasphemy law
They don’t bother with the flag in their Arab outlets, because Islamic culture is far more progressive
An act of quasi-guerrilla commemoration
Hannah Betts finds a way to live with her pet hate — denim jeans
Who was Cecil Rhodes, really?
Do pop stars have what it takes to succeed in the theatre?
Rather than fight, the Taliban appear to have phoned everyone in the country
The Democrats’ hyperbolic rhetoric about the return of Jim Crow laws risks derailing their voting rights legislation
Commentators used 9/11 to keep framing the world as liberty versus totalitarianism