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The High Court judgement means that a trial for some of the most brutal terrorist offences ever committed will now take place in the US with UK assistance, says Richard Walton
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Spectator Life Jan 18
The Mongol Derby: a horse race to rival all others across the Mongolian wilderness. gives it a go
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The Spectator 14h
The taps still run, the bins are still collected – for now at least. But no one knows how this ends, says Freddy Gray
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Spectator USA 16h
PODCAST: do Americans have the same views on Brexit as the British? talks to
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The dangers of ‘neurodiversity’: why do people want to stop a cure for autism being found? Asks Jonathan Mitchell. Subscribe today to read this article and more. Plus, get a month of digital access for free.
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The Spectator 15h
Some proponents of the neurodiversity movement do not believe that autism is a disability at all. That's wrong, says Jonathan Mitchell
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The Spectator 16h
Do our neighbours across the pond have the same views on Brexit as we do? talks to on our latest Americano podcast
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The Spectator 17h
The report’s authors seem aware that the majority of people would not want to subscribe to these guidelines; thus the only way to achieve their radical worldview is through forceful, authoritarian measures, says Kate Andrews
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The Spectator 17h
There will be more dramatic evenings in the Commons to come. That should be seen as a positive development: it shows the rude health of our parliamentary democracy
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Brexit allows Britain to take control of its energy policy, so why isn't Greg Clark keen, asks Rupert Darwall
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The Spectator 18h
Giving official recognition to the APPG definition of Islamophobia will be a giant step towards an arbitrary police state, says David Green
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The Spectator 18h
It has become clear that agreeing to a customs union would split the Tory party and lead to at least one Cabinet resignation, says James Forsyth
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The Spectator 19h
Brexiteers may have blown their big chance, but Remainers have done far worse, says Ross Clark
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With no clear Plan B, speculation is rising that we could be heading towards an early election, says Katy Balls
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Spectator Life Jan 18
Travel 1,000 km on the back of a wild Mongolian horse - just don't let go of your horse while you sleep, says
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The Spectator Jan 18
Taking back control.... the latest issue of The Spectator is out now
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The Spectator Jan 18
The scenery in Mary Queen of Scots is ravishing and the two leads, Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie, are better than the film deserves but they can’t rescue the script, says Deborah Ross
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