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Nick Cohen reveals how this book, along with hundreds of political writers like him, ducks the reality of working class life
Thérèse Coffey defends Downing Street’s home furnishing revamp
Lord Geidt has not started well as the Independent Adviser on Ministers’ Interests
How the two major UK parties are populist, Americanised, authoritarian entities reinforced by a system that tips the balance in their favour
Abysmal media incompetence but something deeper is at work
Johnny Mercer is on the trail of who is preventing Northern Ireland veterans from legal protection
According to this book, Islam outside the West preserves much of its traditional character, but Islam within the West is in danger of petrifying, says Paul Goodman
What happens when you don’t recant from criticising trans orthodoxy?
As Super League celebrates its 25th birthday, rugby league is further away from its founder’s vision than ever.
Claudia Savage-Gore on the dinner party minefield of Everyone’s Invited
Enduring pale, greasy salmon in the spiritual home of the trout pout