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Harvey Weinstein’s disruptive career in film
A toxic mix of porn and “woke” feminism has produced a dangerous new misogyny
India is gripped by a “rape emergency”, a brutal conflict that is escalating
There’s no place in all of this for unsubstantiated claims or attempts to dismiss those who encourage the sensible consideration of alternatives
Rex Whistler’s Tate mural should be seen more as an ironic Rococo fantasy than the work of a racist
Why is Cable so keen to deny the vast ethnic prejudices of the Chinese regime?
How the taxpayer funds Nimco Ali
The author is evenhanded and accurate about the nouvelle cuisine movement, says Paul Levy
Tom Chesshyre recounts Dickens’s troubled history with trains
The latest issue of University of Cambridge’s Alumni Magazine encourages ignorant rejection of Britain’s past
Who deserves to live in ignominy and who deserves a path back?
The Midlands are hurried through, unappreciated on the way to somewhere else