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The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission’s green-tinged agenda
This hero of the destitute was airbrushed from history for challenging the oppressive-patriarchy narrative
Social Work England are making people choose between their jobs and what they know to be true
Rather than fight, the Taliban appear to have phoned everyone in the country
Hate crimes operate as a contemporary, de facto blasphemy law
Ecclesiastical textiles, Regency architecture and relief carvings: welcome to The Critic’s new address
Trying to bring large, arrogant public institutions to book is exhausting
Why won’t North Yorkshire Police tell us about their Intersectionality Conference?
Are re-enactments of the Underground Railroad culturally insensitive — or a tool to help America understand its history?
How the paternal gorgon finally attracts our empathy, waging a last intellectual battle
Rooney has now run into greater controversy than simple literary taste