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It was with great fanfare last weekend that Fine Gael, the largest party in the coalition government, announced that Ireland…

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The Woes of Anti-Israel Wokeism

The state of Israel was founded 73 years ago, and not a moment has passed when this small, beleaguered democracy…

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Biden’s war on women

There was a moment on January 20 when it felt as if things might, just, be all right again. The…

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Something Seditious This Way Comes

Reflecting upon his brigade’s humbling defeat at the Battle of Bull Run in the Civil War, William Tecumseh Sherman, the…

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When sorry seems to be the hardest word

Another day, another decision, each one stranger than the last... It was Harold Wilson who once said that a week…

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The shameful corruption of Labour

The communist show trials of the last century were famous for their semblance of being fair and just while everyone…

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Hold on! Trump can still win a second term

Professor Grzegorz Górski says that despite claims to the contrary, the election of Joe Biden is uncertain, and the courts may…

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We need to talk about style… or do we?

A style piece on the lipstick choice of America’s new vice president has prompted a huge backlash on Twitter… “Why…

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Uncle Joe and the triumph of decency

Well, that was close! Rescuing democracy from the precipice of tyranny is not for the faint of heart. But then…

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EHRC report: There is a price to pay for prejudice

The EHRC’s report into antisemitism in the Labour Party, which revealed unlawful discrimination, was a moment of truth for those…

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