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How civil liberties organisations are more concerned with playing to their online audiences
A climate of intolerance is threatening the pursuit of reason.
Offering prayers for the government — God knows they need them
Paul Lay and Nick Timothy discuss the morality — and immorality — of football
José Tomás is a titan of the bullring, but does he live up to his reputation?
The charity is being hounded in the courts by TRAs, but cash is still making its way to the “Family Sex Show”
How did Europe’s wealthiest state come to finance the greatest tyrant of the 21st Century?
Oxford’s brilliant modern buildings
Yoram Hazony’s purified conservatism risks losing touch with political reality
A property developer has an idyllic and precious plotland development in his sights
Why won’t MPs and ministers speak frankly about the motives for his murder?
The fate of a Whitehall cleaner, Emanuel Gomes, should not be brushed aside
Jeremy Black and Graham Stewart discuss the path of German unification, from the failed revolutions of 1848 to the creation of Bismarck’s Reich