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In Berlin and Brussels, Merkel’s authority is collapsing
Mass immigration has destroyed hopes of a borderless world
It’s harder than ever to find any sort of nanny
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A by-product of the organisation’s expansionism has been an increase in the sport’s global appeal which we can but applaud
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In the third of our series on ‘The Lifecycle of an Entrepreneur’, Martin Vander Weyer asks how successful start-ups attract capital for growth — and how founders can enjoy the fruits of their labour.
Britain is succumbing to the same madness as America
Dear 2016 WriteNow mentees, Thanks so much for your open letter to me. It seems only good manners for me…
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Legalising cannabis won’t help Billy Caldwell
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When my American friends invited us to stay with them in New Jersey, my 13-year-old daughter was thrilled. She’d never…
Trump’s trade war could turn into a full-blown security crisis
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Marxism didn’t die. It is alive and well and living among us
My new passport has helped me understand Brexiteers
By using soup kitchens and drop-ins, I can live in London on next to nothing