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Issue: April 2019
Bear with a sore head
"Keir Giles suggests what the West’s policy towards Moscow should look like if it is to be guided by reality rather than hopes or a pretty dream"
Amritsar: beginning of the end of Empire
The true casualty figures are still hotly disputed 100 years after the Punjab massacre, but its real legacy was the slow death of the Raj
An election in India ignites old enemies
While India remains, formally at least, a secular republic, the last few years have seen that ideal become increasingly far from reality
Hero in war, victim in peace
"Airey Neave knew what it meant to fight for freedom, had cheated death many times during the war, and yet he would die a violent death during a time of peace"
The cruel fleecing of our sheep farmers
A disorderly Brexit could be the last straw for a valuable agricultural sector, already under attack from Green activists and government
Overrated: Harry Potter
The bland, humourless and one-dimensional boy wizard pales against his more interesting friends
From old bore to sex god
"While priding himself on declaring that he knew nothing, the one topic Socrates was prepared to concede expertise in was love"
Why dog meat matters
The sickness of virtue-signalling is not confined to the woke Left, but has taken hold of our body politic as a whole
Underrated: William Brown
The hero of the Just William books promotes free speech and debunks communism
Where have all the people gone?
Hot and crowded. That is the conventional wisdom on what Planet Earth will be like in the not-so-distant future. But the related question of how many of us there will be in 50 or 100 years matters too
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