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2 February 1988: Run, Tony, run. Now is the time.
Salvini had carefully planned the gathering so that its tone was more moderate than extreme.
In universities and the media, a new type of liberal is arguing that offensive views should be locked out of public conversations. When Ian Buruma was forced to resign from the New York Review of Books, this cultural clash claimed its highest profile casualty yet.
Anti-racism can itself exclude and condescend to those it aims to help.
The dream of a united, integrated Europe is collapsing under the pressure of mass migration and the rise of a global populist movement.
If Labour wants to continue its historic success as the party of workers, it must acknowledge that work has changed, says John Lloyd.
People have been wondering what stuff is made of since the beginning of time. Antelopes, by contrast, haven’t, writes John Lloyd.