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What does the UK’s bilateral agreement with Cyprus mean for Britain’s presence in the eastern Med?
Reject the joyless nursery arithmetic of cookbooks, says Felipe Fernández- Armesto
Straighten tie, look to camera, the guys are here? Don’t smile, furrow brow, go
What is truth?
Spats between governments and civil servants are inevitable when administrations have a radical agenda
Christopher Silvester on the essential, and undervalued, part editors play in film and documentary creation
Douglas Murray refuses to mourn the death of the gay novel — a genre that was once ghettoised has joined the mainstream
A welcome intervention by an author determined to return some rationalism to the trans discussion
Thanks to transgender activism in politics, it is now forbidden to acknowledge that women face sexism because of sex
And if it is – how worried should we be? Graham Stewart talks to Alistair Haimes
The Brexit Party is readying itself to oppose a bad deal with the EU