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We won’t accept policemen are corrupt because the thought of anarchy is intolerable
Researchers should re-think prescribing magic mushrooms for depression
The grey areas of the law: trying to lead a life on the right side of The Poaching Act
Claudia Savage-Gore drags woke Will back to therapy
We urgently need new rules for modern social etiquette
When poetry is sold as nothing more inspiring than literary politics, is it any surprise the poetry shelves in Waterstones are so dusty?
The Online Harms Bill promises safety for children but protects the very elites who corrupt and harm the young
How we can — and must — win the war on language
Our current energy crisis confronts Net Zero-loving elites with the stark reality
If we leaked the entire budget to the opposition, we might get better government
Might the British electorate have decided they have had quite enough excitement from one premier?
The Government’s new consultation programme offers hope for a long overdue reform of the Human Rights Act