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Margaret Thatcher Versus The Intellectuals
The first female PM faced unprecedented vitriol from snobbish cultural bureaucrats
Comeback For Political Novels?
's Stakhanovite sketchwriter has finally written his debut novel
Licence To Chill? Not Yet, Prime Minister
David Cameron is a decent man whose consensual style has worked well so far. But the fight of his life — on Europe — may yet undo him
The American philosopher should be lauded for his crisp counterblast to the politics of envy
The Nobel economics laureate prefers to focus on the 'one per cent’ rather than look at the facts on inequality
Drunk At The Despatch Box
The pitfalls of addressing the House of Commons while seriously inebriated
Afraid Of Corbyn? Afraid So
"If Jeremy Corbyn is not anti-Semitic himself, he is more than happy to consort with those who are"
Entryism plagued the Labour Party in the 1970s, and is doing so again
Why, in the face of the evidence, does Jeremy Corbyn believe in the innocence of Jawad Botmeh?
War on Terror
Alas, Smith and Jez
"Given the massive sales of Thomas Piketty’s Capital, can Jeremy Corbyn’s election to the Labour leadership be that much of a surprise?"
The ravenous longing for the infinite possibilities of “otherwhere”
The king of cakes
"Yuletide revels were designed to see you through the dark days — and how dark they seem today"
A tripod in the sky
The view from above