Jon Bloomfield examines the similarities between the 1905 Aliens Bill and the current Illegal Migration Bill and inflammatory rhetoric around refugees
The Prime Minister's attempt to stop the clock on social progress is backfiring as Britain becomes increasingly tolerant and open-minded, reports Adam Bienkov
Vogue Editor-in-Chief Edward Enninful understands we have to go beyond stunning photography and glorious clothes – and push for further discussion around the disability narrative, writes Penny Pepper
Andrew Kersley speaks to a man awaiting the bailiffs as campaigners warn that cuts to housing services are leaving vulnerable people desperately unsupported
Me on Schwartz Media's The Weekend Read, reading my article on ChatGPT, published in the April edition of The Monthly
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Martin Shaw looks at Goodwin's new book and its claims that Britain is run by a ‘woke’ new elite
The longer the corporate state erodes the social bonds that knit us to society and give us a sense of purpose and meaning the more inevitable an authoritarian state and a Christianized fascism becomes.
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Two thirds of police stations in England have closed since 2010. A new study digs into the dire consequences, Josiah Mortimer reports
The PM's tabloid-pleasing 'War on Yobs' will only worsen problems in crime-hit communities, writes former Anti-Social Behaviour Officer Nick Pettigrew