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Richard J Evans challenges Michael Gove’s history agenda.
The shadowy subculture of gang stalking.
Peter Wilby's "First Thoughts" column.
"I feel like such a fool. I see now that, far from being a chaotic rabble of whingeing narcissists whose only love of Britain is for its imaginary past, it’s actually a team of visionaries with a dynamic plan to serve the common good."
An MP David Cameron should find space for in his magic circle.
But surely the grape arrived first?
Nicholas Lezard's "Down and Out" column.
The prose shines more brightly than any party on Long Island.
As our waistlines have grown, so has our collective prejudice against the overweight. How should we handle the obesity epidemic?
When the channel started in 2002, it was branded as “a place to think”. Later is became a pantomime horse, part Jonathan Miller, part Top Gear. What happened?
Will Self's "Real Meals" column.
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