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Acronyms are one of the means by which bureaucracies hide or obfuscate what they do
This is a starkly different interpretation on the proliferation of written constitutions and rams it home with cogency and panache
The Church of England has plans, and the clergy aren’t happy. David Scullion discusses with Alison Milbank and Marcus Walker
Real progress will require more than BBC telling its audience about cultural appropriation in a Brummie accent
Perhaps “white privilege” exists after all?
How the double-blind peer review process will hinder scholarly output in the humanities
Police officers claim that the pro-life activist who “gave offence” is just as guilty as her attacker
Richard Ingrams’ “roughing up” of G. K. Chesterton begs the question: who is creating a smokescreen around whom?
Olivia Hartley speaks to Chris Elston about the progression of gender ideology in Canada
Pornhub’s meagre team of moderators often just guess at who is being raped