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Mark Humphrys faces the loss of his university post, if the online mob succeeds
There needs to be a more balanced assessment of the Israel-Palestine conflict
A compelling memoir about grief and repair
How can antipathy focus the mind in international relations?
Traditional religious minorities have a lot to offer the UK — but no one to represent them
Once a habit that cut across class, smoking is now masochistic comfort for the dispossessed
Why is Twitter silencing debate around the abuse of autistic children?
Not the Nine O’Clock News, or Ten, or Eleven, or, well, any
Long live the golden age of British television, when great actors imbued classic roles with risky, multifaceted complexity
How woke pressure groups are subverting big tech
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