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October 2014
Julie Bindel deserves praise for her readiness to investigate the murkier corners of this country - where civilisation often seems like a bad joke
 
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October 2014
'Glyndebourne - which can feel like travelling a very long way just for a picnic - is often filled for the second act by people taking themost expensive nap it is possible to take'
 
 
October 2014
'In Syria and Iraq my enemy's enemy is not my friend, not even by the wildest stretch of the imagination'
 
 
October 2014
'The Great Recession of 2008 knocked many assumptions but it knocked the assumptions of the young worst of all'
 
 
June 2013
‘Temporarily withdrawing from the human rights convention in order to deport Abu Qatada would be absurd’
 
 
March 2014
Abortion is a subject which never goes away and the arguments remain fundamental — a woman's right to choose versus a child's right to life, as each side would advance their case. And yet the technical and clinical
 
 
October 2014
'Policymakers should recall that there have been intolerant Muslim movements in the past'
 
 
October 2014
'If the Chinese have shown cynical duplicity towards Hong Kong's democrats, the British have been guilty of self-delusion'
 
 
October 2014
'With readership in decline, the German press faces not only a dire economic challenge but an identity crisis'
 
 
January/February 2011
Life in Birmingham as a vicar’s wife opened our Mole’s eyes to what has become of Britain’s second city
 
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October 2014
'I'm not sure there has ever been a time in London when you chose where you lived on the basis of sexual preference'
 
 
October 2014
'There was a waiting room inside for all Speed Awareness miscreants and it resembled a clinic for sexually transmitted diseases'
 
 
September 2014
New mathematics prizes show the public that the subject is constantly renewing itself with new ideas

 
 
October 2014
The rapid rise of a young Italian master
 
 
October 2014


Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), photographed by Felix Nadar

In the midst of the seemingly relentless medical assault on the con

 
 
April 2014
It gets to the point doesn't it — where you're trying to "do the right thing", whatever that may be. Lead a decent, middle-class life — and yet somehow whatever you do, it's morally wrong. You know? It's
 
 
October 2014
The hushed-up glories of Huntingdonshire are worthy of praise
 
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July/August 2011