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Issue: November 2016
How Low Can We Go?
"Bootle and Mills believe in “permanent devaluation”. Is there any exchange rate they regard as too low?"
On Syria, Where’s The Outrage?
"Putin revels in others’ weakness. A man with a facelift who poses bare-chested on horseback is not a well man"
Bad Ideas make for Bad Politics
"Politics goes bad when ideas go bad and the ideas have gone bad in Europe because free speech went bad"
The Outsider's Diary
Illuminating Islam’s Dark Side
"Like the moon, every religion has a dark and a light side. The most enduring perversions of faith always claim scriptural authority"
The most female-friendly role models in politics today are on the Right
Country Is Queen
Patriotism is loathed by some but it's never been more important
On The Shelf
Books in our culture have been tragically downgraded
Jomo Vs. Fomo
An epidemic of Jomo is raging amongst millenials: the joy of missing out
The Name’s Bond
As a girl, Clarissa Pryce-Jones was caught up in the German invasion of Athens — and her saviour may have been Fleming's original
reported that Brexit has meant high-street businesses going bust. They couldn't be more wrong
An autumn note
“For many, the end of this uneasy year cannot come quickly enough”
An ordinary killing
Ian Cobain’s book uses the killing of Millar McAllister to paint a meticulous portrait of the Troubles
John Mullan elucidates the genius of Charles Dickens