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Evgeny Lebedev’s peerage should be celebrated – other members of the Lords have much closer links to the Kremlin.
Society needs to end the charade of delegating moral judgments on historic benefactors to schoolchildren
The National Gallery has surpassed itself, with a little help from its friends
Not the Nine O’Clock News, or Ten, or Eleven, or, well, any
The message of The Constitution of Knowledge is one of hope, as Rauch urges those who resent the censors to “unmute” themselves
A recent court case could give free speech advocates some serious leverage against the government
The government is running out of time to stop messing up
Black Lives Matter is dreaming of a black Christmas
How long does the beleaguered Prime Minister have left?
Get as many days of game sport as possible because one never knows when the self-righteous will stop it
The Critic Narrated: Episode Seven, with Felipe Fernández-Armesto, Daisy Dunn and Michael Prodger
Kyle Rittenhouse isn’t a cause, but a consequence