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Britain’s vaccination success has saved lives and will boost economic output by billions
Rishi goes back to tax and spend
Why are death taxes staying when every other economic orthodoxy is going?
The unworthy heirs of Millicent Fawcett
In a better world, the Journal of Controversial Ideas wouldn’t need to exist
The soft bigotry of low expectations
As the winner of the International Booker Prize is due to be announced today, ASH Smyth talks to poet, translator and judge on this year’s panel, George Szirtes
From the golden age of crime fiction to the modern day, Jeremy Black recommends seven books to see you through April
The GRU, Unit 29155 of Russia’s military intelligence service, is a remarkable failure of counterintelligence and politics from the West, says James Snell
Now in power, Vote Leave politicians have forgotten about the Electoral Commission
Is this the end of the hospitality industry?
Tibor Fischer discovers the first of many Roger Scruton cafés
Steve Morris reflects on his time at the University of East Anglia with his contemporary, Iain Dale