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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.
Perhaps it is time to combine our Trump-era, heightened sensitivity to untruths with a new broadcasting technique or two.
The Evolution of Everything by Matt Ridley and Human Race by Ian Mortimer have, to put it gently, an abundance of ambition.
In a world where depoliticising politics is sure to get a cheer on Question Time, the parties are key to keeping the system running.
Much has changed in English culture since 1710. But a new book argues our systems of power are less different than we might think.
The American Ivy League universities are accused of churning out automatons, whose principal task is securing a lucrative career. But is Oxbridge just as bad?