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Without a smaller state, decline is inevitable
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Look at life under communism, and you’ll see why religion will never die
The old military oligarchy is back. It’s time for the US to terminate support
Ah, the wonders of a good spa!
Ukip has changed the shape of politics – for the better
Ukip's leader is now a genuine celebrity – go out on the street with him and you'll see
I went expecting to find mustard trousers. I found down-to-earth ex-Labour voters
Well, I think I might have met his match. She's called Deirdre McCloskey
Nominations are now open
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The old British tradition of unqualified advisers is one we should be happy is gone
DNA explains more than you think
There’s no way to live down a rape allegation, true or not.It’s time suspects were granted anonymity
Yes, and here’s why, says a former adviser to his defence department
No modern critic would dare to match his sweeping statements – indeed, few were up to it in his day
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