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British sovereignty has been restored – thanks to ERG obstinacy and Keir Starmer’s epic miscalculation
If the Spartans had voted for May’s deal, Brussels and Corbyn would have been in control
Despite the histrionics of domestic American opinion, a single rocket attack in Syria does not indicate that Biden’s foreign policy is likely to be more aggressive
Only a tiny minority of independence movements have been both peaceful and successful
Will unionists or nationalists succeed in beating the Scottish system?
Getting schooled by the facts of life
Is it transphobic to worry about people who regret their surgery? David Scullion speaks to psychotherapist James Caspian and photographer Laura Dodsworth
Jeremy Black talks to Graham Stewart about French reforms and continuities from Georges Pompidou to Francois Hollande.
Gardens start with a pencil and paper says Hephzibah Anderson
The ability to train our malleable minds is both a blessing and a curse—as the grand social re-engineering experiment of Covid-19 lockdowns is revealing
Dominic Hilton reminisces about his father’s hoard of bizarre avant-garde CDs, LPs and cassette tapes
The president is pleasing progressives at the expense of his other campaign commitments