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Today’s political conflicts replay past battles between Britain’s libertarian and puritan traditions, argues historian Nigel Jones
Richard Reinsch reviews The Case for Nationalism by Rich Lowry
John Ware looks at the hard facts behind Momentum’s claims of centrist betrayal
Why are university admission stories not about the admitters?
The middle-class appropriation of a well-intentioned campaign
What the Booker binning Emma Nicholson means for the public square
The Scottish Tories prove they are ruthless, after all. What are the conspirators’ plotting?
Twitter’s engineers agree that prejudice is hard-coded in our language
Starmer seeks to trap Johnson on detail. But the future of the furlough scheme is really where the debate should head
Joseph Connolly reviews One Two Three Four: The Beatles in Time, by Craig Brown
2020 isn’t 2016 and Joe Biden isn’t Hillary Clinton
BLM have few words for the continent with the largest number of vulnerable black lives