BERLIN, GERMANY - OCTOBER 31: A visitor peeks through slats in the inner wall into the "death zone" at a preserved portion of the Berlin Wall at Bernauer Strasse on October 31, 2019 in Berlin, Germany. November 9 will mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Wall that quickly led to the collapse of the communist East German government. Revolutions across other communist countries of the East Bloc soon followed. The Berlin Wall, built by the communist authorities of East Germany, stood from 1961 until 1989 and prevented people fleeing from East to West Berlin. At least 136 people, many of them shot dead by East German border guards, were killed trying to escape. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)

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Sally Chatterton is Editor of UnHerd. Her distinguished career in journalism has included senior positions at the Daily Telegraph, The Independent, Daily Mail, and the Evening Standard. Before she joined UnHerd, she was Editor of the CapX website.