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A mob vandalises Trinity College – and the college authorities and police look away.
A victory for independent-minded women
The Church of England’s leaders don’t reflect its political diversity
On the nature of the Blob
Despite recent successes, the party is still leaving working class voters behind
Communism in Poland was brought down by an underground network of learning, journalism and culture that flourished in defiance of state control
Dining in style at a quirky and captivating roadside osteria in Italy’s Balkan borderlands
Can the Tories be reformed?
Rakib’s Britain: Sunak’s idea is rubbish but there is still much to do
Talking to Stella Creasy is never easy
Why we need more direct democracy
Whoever replaces Boris Johnson has to make radical change