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Don’t go to bed early, says Graham Stewart
There are few worse times to conclude what the result will be than right now
Can the Tories win enough old Labour seats to compensate their losses elsewhere?
Is the Great Fracas of 2020-21 over?
Physical “conversion therapy” is already illegal, so any new sanctions will be aimed at criminalising conversations
Not much has changed since Philip Gibbs’ forgotten classic lifted the lid on early 20th century Fleet Street
Pitchfork was one of a whole ecosystem of taste-making blogs which laid claim to being the ones who had made del Rey
Every day of Johnson as PM is another day in which the Tory party sinks deeper into crisis
France should look across the Channel before electing a journalist as president
Do rising alcohol prices indicate the good times really are over — or could they harbour our freedom?
The bold standard
The Critic Narrated: Episode Seven, with Robert Thicknesse, Alexander Larman and Charles Saumarez Smith
France pivots to liberal authoritarianism, not conservatism
The message of The Constitution of Knowledge is one of hope, as Rauch urges those who resent the censors to “unmute” themselves