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The Pleasure of Thinking is a window on the eclectic library and well-oiled mind of Theodore Dalrymple
Dickens and Eliot may have longed for the 19th century equivalent of a Kindle, but they also knew when to judge a book by its cover
It is folly to treat UK race relations as totally divorced from the rest of human experience. We need to look at the larger global picture
‘Dissenting viewpoints — for example, the belief that America is not an intrinsically racist country—are shunned as further proof of racist pathologies’
From Piers Gaveston onwards, controversial courtiers have a long history in British politics.How unusual is Dominic Cummings?