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After an electoral disaster in the 1930s, Wakefield kickstarted the new Labour era. Can it do the same for Starmer?
How the left internalised the misogyny of the modern state
Why do so many on the Left back poor quality public services?
We’ve said goodbye to glamour and gone from Kate Moss to Lottie Moss
En route back to childhood at the Wallace Collection
Letters from the Falklands front: when broadcasting was a matter of life or death
The culture war in our universities is sweeping away cherished illusions
If Keir is trying to shame Boris by offering to resign, he’s going to be disappointed
Rob Hutton takes dictation, very carefully, from our new proprietor
It’s wrong to cite the Ukraine conflict as the principal cause of soaring prices
The siege of Basing House encompasses all of England in microcosm
The tensions of sharing a plot