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China’s leaders are growing impatient as they seek to shape world opinion
Why does the Government say ‘your NHS’ rather than ‘your country’?
Nicola Sturgeon can sacrifice others in order to protect herself
The Bumper Book of Scottish Political Counterfactuals: In which Tony Blair takes his rightful place as First Minister
The roar of the mower is a sign of life, says Hephzibah Anderson
The origins of the word
There’s nothing like a beating stick to ram home a lie
Why did the police facilitate a sham funeral for a dead terrorist during Covid restrictions?
Engaging with students on the history of mathematics would do far more than pretending that the subject abounds with racism
The Home Secretary ought to be up to the job
Innocent Drinks has outed itself as latest brand to join the ranks of the virtue-signalling mob
A leisurely unlocking to prevent a rise in infections, or something more political?