Today's Edition, 27 September 2022

Giorgia Meloni is no radical

Italian voters know she won't change anything

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Will the hard Right sweep Europe?

Freddie Sayers discusses Italian populism with Ralph Schoellhammer

| 26 September

What does Keir Starmer stand for?

There are three things voters need to know

There are three things voters need to know

Russia’s gentlemanly war

Ukraine is embroiled in an 18th-century conflict

Ukraine is embroiled in an 18th-century conflict

Lucian Freud is finally exposed

He never wanted to bare his soul

He never wanted to bare his soul

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18:00

Will the hard Right sweep Europe?

Freddie Sayers discusses Italian populism with Ralph Schoellhammer

| 26 September

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Will Putin’s gamble pay off?

Mass mobilisation is a symptom of Russia's defeat

The twilight of the Disney princess

America's decline is playing out in cartoons

Liberals have a fetish problem

There's nothing sexy about castration

Why has Starmer banished feminists?

Gender ideologues have captured his party conference

Serial’s true crime

Injustice is too entertaining to eliminate

The American security state comes home

Biden is cynically weaponising democracy

American Gigolo is no longer sexy

Not every fetish needs a backstory

Not every fetish needs a backstory

Liz Truss won’t unchain Britannia

The vested interests of the Tory Party are too powerful

Why artists sell out

Mammon, not the muse, calls the shots



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16:00

I hate to admit it, but Keir Starmer is good at politics

The Labour leader is a ruthless pragmatist

| 26 September
Response
14:00

The incel movement isn’t getting ‘more extreme’

A new Washington Post investigation recycles old tropes

| 26 September
Analysis
11:38

Giorgia Meloni crushes her friends as well as enemies

In yesterday's Italian election, even her political allies went backwards

| 26 September
Reaction
10:10

Was the fake boobs teacher a hoax?

Whether or not it was satire, it shows where the power lies

| 26 September
Analysis
07:00

Five tests for Trussonomics to succeed

Liz Truss can still win in 2024 — but she needs things to go her way

| 26 September
Dispatch
15:52

Angela Rayner: the class warrior Labour doesn’t need

Her undiluted hatred for the Tories may cause problems for Keir Starmer

| 25 September
Idea
16:15

Hard times call for flat beer

Real ale may be the solution to Britain's CO2 shortage

| 23 September
Reaction
16:00

Islamist YouTubers take to Leicester’s streets

Online personalities are causing trouble in the Midlands

| 23 September
Reaction
12:38

Kwasi Kwarteng bets the house on old ideas

Despite the hype, the mini-budget isn't all that radical

| 23 September
Analysis
10:15

On current trends, Northern Ireland will leave the Union

Demographics as well as politics are against the Unionists

| 23 September

Interviews.

we sit down with original thinkers and talk ideas

Will the hard Right sweep Europe?

Freddie Sayers discusses Italian populism with Ralph Schoellhammer

Street artist cancelled for a pro-peace mural

Flo Read spoke to Peter Seaton about his controversial artwork

The Charles III paradox: anti-establishment King?

Freddie Sayers speaks to King Charles III's co-author Ian Skelly

Clint Ehrlich: What I got wrong about Ukraine

The Russia realist speaks about his recent change of heart

Church sings ‘God save the King’ for the first time

UnHerd filmed a spontaneous — and historic — service at St Anne's Kew yesterday evening

Can the nation survive Elizabeth?

Monarchy offers the human psyche something it needs

It’s time for Anglofuturism

Westminster's stagnant ideology will guarantee collapse

Donald Trump’s next move

His family and inner circle want him to run

America has lost its purpose

Killing terrorists is no substitute for strategy

Liverpool never belonged to Labour

The city is still simmering with resentment

A Greek Watergate threatens the West

The PM was caught spying — and remained in power

The history wars target Dahomey

The slave-trading nation was not a feminist utopia

Nick Cave’s divine rebirth

His suffering was an opportunity for resurrection

The EU is sleepwalking into anarchy

Feeble politicians have condemned the working class

Feeble politicians have condemned the working class

Can Europe survive the age of strongmen?

Our leaders are too weak to enforce their will

The Queen shows the democracy of death

Her funeral will be unsentimental and ordinary


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