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Peter Hitchens says the West was bullied into using the name “Beijing” instead of “Peking”
When did we all decide to stop travelling, and living, in style?
The Green Industrial Revolution was not enough to revive British industry
A year in the life of a “TERF” Labour Party Women’s Officer
The once dominant internet and media phenomenon has given way to more agile secularisms, but its legacy lives on
Meeting the new boss of London’s finest gunmaker
Nadine Dorries’s chilling Online Safety Bill invites professional activists to wipe anything they deem wrongthink from the internet
Politics and prosecution make for a dangerous combination, and women are most likely to lose out
The MPs are at odds with the members
The Republic would be in no way equipped to absorb loyalist communities against their will
Boris was fun once, but nobody’s laughing anymore
Why doesn’t British legislation protect free speech?