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The great scholars of the Middle Ages had their own word for Trans
With living standards in decline, the Tories won in 1992 against the odds. Will this next election be the same?
Should social media channels be scrutinised for hosting material which promotes gender transition?
The enduring popularity of fantasy and horror fiction proves that we still live in the long, dark shadow of the Gothic novel
A thrilling story of machismo, mutiny and madness in the Pacific
Sport is another thing to confirm the notion of American exceptionalism
It is the history of Cabinet resignations, not no confidence votes, that indicates whether a Tory PM survives
Today’s victimhood narratives don’t make space for the most vulnerable
Could the future of conservatism be on the left?
Who’s afraid of protectionism?
A new recording of Mahler’s smallest symphony is “indispensable” to connoisseurs of his music
The undiscovered 19th century wonders of Northern Ireland