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Knowing Rage Against the Machine are political doesn’t overcome my determination to enjoy them anyway
When the news no longer feels like the news
Is Wikipedia’s neutral point of view truly dead?
How the ”Science-Based Medicine” blog succumbed to the pressure of trans ideology
Who, exactly, is being corrected by an execution?
The puritanical streak in the British character has gone into overdrive with Covid-19
Samuel Beckett is at his best when he’s being brief
The Labour Party and Rugby League have been central to the lives of working-class people in Batley for over a century. But for how much longer?
Anita Rani’s accusations only stack up when you realise she’s got a book out
Sarah Phillimore summarises the events from the first day of the Bell v Tavistock appeal
Rape survivors are not “bigots” for wanting female-only spaces
The winner of the Wolfson Prize for History significantly advances neither our knowledge of Toussaint Louverture nor Haiti
Frequent hyperbole means the media would struggle to describe a genuine disaster