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What does the UK’s bilateral agreement with Cyprus mean for Britain’s presence in the eastern Med?
Listing misogyny as a hate crime could have grave implications for freedom of speech
French interventionism in Mali has fostered little stability
The divisions between the ruling managerial class and the rest are a recipe for extremism
The Divine Comedy will be playing a concert at the Barbican on 14 October to celebrate Neil Hannon
Let’s ask Michael. Where is Michael? Who put that knife there?
Lisa Hilton reluctantly samples a Five Guys burger in Milan and regrets it
The Health Secretary’s latest statistical blunder shows his wishful thinking
Is it wrong that donor countries should also benefit from their development aid projects?
Our fearless woke columnist has been mistaken for an evil right-wing satirist
The historical power struggle between uniformity and decentralisation