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Are Churchill’s and Orwell’s warnings about to come to pass?
Nigel Jones laments the rise of the British snitch
David J. Garrow reviews Dark Mirror: Edward Snowden and the Surveillance State, by Barton Gellman
The grimness of my flight to Delhi bespoke the special cruelty of this crisis
I’m not giving up trying to persuade younger people to listen to new composers
Despite Covid-19 rates spiking, it was a dormant virus that caught the author out as he tried to venture through Spain
David Hare is an extraordinarily accomplished writer when he doesn’t revert to contemporary politics
This biography is a testament to detailed analysis and intelligent insight, says Alexander Larman
Did Boris Johnson just announce he’s given up on Brexit negotiations?
Corporate and expensive, has Tory Party Conference had its day?
After the Miracle at the Vistula, a Miracle at the Oder?
The Church is the only place we can find true deliverance from Covid
Peter Hitchens says Covid masks are a potent symbol of the West’s headlong flight from Enlightenment values