The Spectator

17 November 2018

The all-seeing state

The dark side of China’s high-tech society

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In China’s new surveillance state, everyone will be watched, reviewed and rated

Social credit and a high-tech, all-seeing government will keep every citizen in line

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Social credit is just one part of China’s new state control

Any tool that helps to maintain social stability is welcomed by the Communist party

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My one-night stand-up hell

Trying my hand at comedy sounded like a great idea. It wasn’t

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The Ivy League's dirty secret

The Harvard court case shows US university admissions are anything but meritocratic

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Dangerous minds

Labelling criminals as ‘insane’ doesn’t help us to understand them or their crimes

The defeat of Boudica is believed to have been fought on Watling Street

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The Roman road that came to define Britain

All roads lead to Rome, the saying goes. Well, all roads except for the Roman road of Watling Street, which…