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The rhetoric and the reality of post-Brexit Britain are more distant than ever, notes Rachel Morris
David Lowther speaks to experts in national identity and authoritarianism, to shed light on how progressive forces should react to the debasement of democracy under this Government
Replacing a self-interested opportunist with doctrinaire ideologues will be nothing to cheer about, argues AV Deggar
Composer and writer Howard Goodall explains how the Deputy Prime Minister's patronising comments about Angela Rayner undermine the Government's own stated principles about the role of music in education and empowerment
Duncan Stone reveals how the governing body of English cricket – like the country as a whole – can no longer promote a selective view of its history
Australian Free Trade Deal Hampers UK on Environmental and Food Standards, says Parliamentary Report
The UK’s first post-Brexit free trade agreement with Australia was so rushed that protection for niche British products was overlooked, according to a Parliamentary report
The Queen's 70 years on the throne have seen Britain undergo extraordinary change – how will the monarchy's constitutional and societal role continue to evolve in the years ahead?
Sam Bright considers the metrics that undermine the right’s new ideological gambit
Joe Walsh explores how Africa is seeking closer economic integration with its regional neighbours, in contrast to the UK
EXCLUSIVE Male, Pale and Colonial: Russell Group Universities Dominated by Named Buildings Reflective of a Bygone Era
Max Colbert investigates the backgrounds of those commemorated on leading university campuses
Hardeep Matharu explores how the Russian invasion of Ukraine has exposed the UK's perilous retreat – at a time when collaboration and a new vision of itself is required to navigate the dangerous realities of a changing world
Is the Royal Family trapped by Britain's past or is the problem our inability to conceive of a social order without monarchy?