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Are Freedom of Information requests really being politically policed by the Cabinet Office?
How the taxpayer funds Nimco Ali
Boris Johnson’s political skills have not deserted him
The Online Harms Bill promises safety for children but protects the very elites who corrupt and harm the young
Happiness is a cold, autumnal day with a warm gun
Freedom to die on the streets is no freedom at all
Did peace prevail in the World Wars thanks to providential deliverance, or just a number of very fortunate occurrences?
The crimes of the woke middle class come with the safety net of a judiciary that is in on the racket
In the fearful climate of cancel culture, women and girls lose out — again
This 9/11 documentary gained extraordinary access to the key decision makers, deploying the material with skill and confidence
Why are so many still enthralled by even the most grotesque Victoriana?
This wine is ready to drink but can readily be put down to hibernate for another half decade before being savoured by the Shepherd Market salonnières
Once a habit that cut across class, smoking is now masochistic comfort for the dispossessed