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Neither Starmer nor Johnson know if local lockdowns are any more effective than national lockdowns. But both have dug-in to their positions.
The bourgeoisification of Labour isn’t new. It was catalogued in Orwell’s scabrously entertaining dissection of socialism
The implications of identity politics on literary trends
It’s high time that we stop allowing fear to rule our lives and re-establish a healthy relationship with the risks that have surrounded us since time immemorial
The wasp may be hated, but you’d be amazed by its intelligence
What happens if an imaginary grenade doesn’t explode?
Do historians and biographers have a moral right to be shown classified documents?
Ewa and Mateusz Dymek say cruelty is being masked by compassion
The psychology of political incompetence is brought out well in Niall Ferguson’s Doom
Philip Larkin’s long association with Kingsley and Martin Amis resulted in the poet being misrepresented and misunderstood
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