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Mark Damazer is a former controller of BBC Radio 4. He was a trustee of the BBC between 2015 and 2017.
How political ideas such as “levelling up” draw on centuries of meritocratic thinking.
Since catching coronavirus, any food that doesn't taste of sawdust or disgustingly bitter has become a great luxury.
Boris Johnson has proposed appointing two men who have spent their careers questioning our national broadcaster's existence.
Many of the author’s family perished in the Holocaust and his parents viewed Germany with great suspicion. But today he believes the country that Britons love to hate should be a model for others.
The Newsnight host’s criticism of Dominic Cummings was more worthy of a columnist than a BBC presenter.
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As the Tory leadership candidates peddle empty fantasies we need to ask: what, if anything, does "bringing the country together" actually mean?
The phrase dominates our politics, but its true meaning escapes us in this era of self-interested politicians and Brexit turbulence.
The analogy of climate-change deniers is of little use.
The idea that education – all education – should be free is intoxicating and liberating. But there's a problem.