Britain has deep ties to Islam that date back centuries
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For children in need of a home, lengthy adoption checks do more harm than good
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Its new government would be the strangest alliance since the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact
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What does friendship with Israel mean?
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Why do Prince Harry and Meghan Markle need a wedding list?
Why do powerful men like to be spanked?
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Having junked one agreement, can President Trump forge another?
Night is falling in Iran again
Children need more than just a smiley face to communicate
Middle-class drug users are behind London’s murder epidemic – but don’t seem to care
Our great institutions are struggling – but not because of Brexit
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The former Australian High Commissioner on how to do Brexit
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