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PMQs pitches a Cavalier prime minister against his Roundhead opponent. But Boris risks a lot as “the Rupert of debate”
Becoming “sex-less” allows people to opt out of sex-based rules
Johnson’s statement on Afghanistan was, as ever, a masterpiece of bare adequacy
Once gone, they are gone forever
What masterpieces hide on tired and musty shelves?
How much will MPs allow the Lord Chancellor to “rebalance” the constitution?
If there’s one thing that unites elite British artists today, it’s that they’re all performatively woke or shamefully silent
A sampling of mysteries that capture the life and geography of places elsewhere
Beware of pointing the finger, even at the devil
Central bankers have forgotten the crucial monetary lessons of the past