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Sir Bill Cash has achieved his political life’s ambition of restoring British sovereignty – did he ever think it would happen and is it ‘case closed’?
The injustice of social justice theory raises barriers
The Allsopp family has revived the original Burton IPA which made its name and fortune more than a century ago
The battle to secure a clean Brexit was won only after Brexiteers secretly obtained a copy of the 1922 Committee rules
The solemn, febrile and deeply bonkers ferment of interwar modernism
If this stuttery, scatterbrained autist can become an activist, there really is no excuse for anybody else
Even when underperforming, transwoman Laurel Hubbard steals the spotlight from underprivileged women
In Brazil, the Republic has crossed the Rubicon
Without taxpayer handouts, will the arts finally be forced to give people what they want?
It would have been better for Simone Biles if we’d just accepted her defeat