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‘The brilliance of Daniel’s Standpoint was that it was serious and readable’

The Labour leader’s inner circle have detailed plans to turn the UK into a hardline socialist state which ruthlessly suppresses its opponents

As the controversial prosecution of British soldiers shows, Northern Ireland’s past still has the potential to scupper peace and prosperity

Ever since John Kerry declared the Monroe Doctrine era over in Latin America, Beijing has been building influence in the region

People will die for their country but not for a supranational federation, despite President Macron’s hubristic vision of a united Europe

Michael Ignatieff and the Central European University would not be obliged to move from Budapest to Vienna if they had kept out of politics

In 2022 Labour came to power. From a 2028 issue of Samizdat, we learn what happened under the party’s revolutionary leadership

The town immortalised by Roman Vishniac’s images where I was an infant was, for many, prosperous and contented before the Shoah

The structures where we spend most of our time affect every aspect of our lives. But too little is being done to make them healthier for all

Francis Thompson’s strange and ephemeral life gave rise to poetry which, though long out of fashion, captures the nostalgia of cricket