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The winner of the Wolfson Prize for History significantly advances neither our knowledge of Toussaint Louverture nor Haiti
How the ”Science-Based Medicine” blog succumbed to the pressure of trans ideology
In this month’s fiction selection, John Self discovers novels that successfully use their style to enhance rather than simply describe the story
On the 50th anniversary of his death – what should we make of Nikita Khrushchev?
The abolition of the sex trade can’t come soon enough
It’s BBC actors and comedy stars who’ve made the corporation great over the years — not two-a-penny journalists
Jordan Peterson’s trouble with his publisher will look mild when compared with Donald Trump’s impending book
The bleak origins of Drill music shouldn’t be forgotten
To enter a Fantasy Football season is to be as one with Donald Rumsfeld prior to the Iraq War, but with less insight
As the architect of austerity against culture and the arts, is the former Chancellor really the right man for the job?
If the EU is genuinely fearing for a “backdoor” into its single market, it should mind its own shaky external border protection